Here is the essential companion to the latest iPod digital music
players and iTunes 9. iPod users want to start using their devices
as soon as they get their hands on them, and this guide shows them
how. This book covers three models: iPod nano, iPod classic, and
iPod shuffle and shows you how to:
Import songs into iTunes, assemble playlists on your own or using the iTunes Genius, and burn CDs.
Find music, movies, HD TV shows, videos, games, and audiobooks in the iTunes Store and see recommendations, discover new artists, and send gift certificates.
Use your iPod to keep contacts, view events, and store files.
Make your iPod even more useful (and awe your friends) with fascinating tips and tricks.
Fix common problems and learn what to do in you can't fix them yourself.
Table of contents
- Title: The iPod and iTunes Pocket Guide, Fifth Edition
- Release date: November 2009
- Publisher(s): Peachpit Press
- ISBN: 9780321694850
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