That blacked-out corner on the back of the iPod touch is more than just decorative. It’s the clue that something special lies beneath. And that something special is the touch’s wireless networking circuitry—the circuitry your iPod uses to shop at the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store.
But Wi-Fi is good for more than shopping. In a nearly iPhone-like fashion, your iPod touch can surf the Web and watch streaming YouTube videos. And that’s what this chapter is about: the online arm of the iPod touch.
Your iPod has a real live Web browser, very much like the one on your computer. Follow along as I show you how to use it to best advantage. Let’s go surfing!
I know you’re eager to start surfing the ...