The iPod touch is a dream of intuitive design and ease of use. Yet nothing in this world (save you, dear reader, and me) is completely foolproof or infallible, which is why this chapter is necessary.
Within these pages, I offer ways to get things done more expeditiously, provide hints for operating the iPod touch in ways that may not seem obvious, and (of course) tell you what to do when your iPod does the Bad Thing and stops behaving as it should.
I’ve sprinkled tips and hints throughout the book, but I saved a few good ones for this chapter. In the following sections, I show you how to control text, manage the battery, and sync your iPod efficiently.
If one iPod touch feature frustrates ...