Here is your essential companion to Appleas iPod touch. The iPod touch Pocket Guide, Second Edition, offers real-world guidance and practical advice on how to: Set up and quickly start using your pocket-sized computer. Download apps from the App Store. Make FaceTime video calls. Take pictures and record video clips. Keep everything in sync between your Windows PC or Mac and your touch. E-mail family and friends using your carrieras wireless network or a Wi-Fi hotspot. Listen to songs and podcasts, and watch movies and TV shows (and YouTube!). Browse the Web using the built-in Safari browser. Figure out where you are with the iPod touchas location services.Setup, . Sync, . and. Settings. If youa#39;ve read Chapter 1, youa#39;re familiar with the layout of your iPod touch and how to interact ... by adding some music, movies, contacts, and events, and configuring the device so you can send and receive email? ... Get iTunes iTunes is, in nearly all instances, the conduit for passing information between your computer and the iPod touch. ... PC users must be running Windows XP (with Service Pack 2 or later), Vista, or Windows 7 on a 1 GHz Intel or AMDanbsp;...
|Title||:||The iPod touch Pocket Guide|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2010-11-04|