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iPod and iTunes For Dummies DVD



iPod and iTunes For Dummies DVD

Tony Bove

ISBN: 978-0-470-52541-8 March 2009


  • iPod is Apple's breakthrough MP3 music player that weighs less than two CDs, holds 7,500 songs, and has generated tremendous excitement
  • Since hitting the market in November 2001, the iPod has sold more than one million units, which equates to more than one iPod sold every minute of every day since its introduction
  • The iTunes music service sold more than five million tracks at ninety-nine cents apiece in its first eight weeks of service
  • Covers key features of iPod, iTunes, and the iTunes music store, which provides a legal way for consumers to secure downloadable music at an affordable price
  • Explains how to name your iPod and set preferences, connect and share your iPod, organize your digital jukebox, play music, synchronize your iPod, copy files, burn audio CDs, preview music tracks, search for and download songs from the music store, and more
  • Appeals to Mac veterans who are seeking more information about downloadable music, as well as to the growing population of new Macintosh and iPod users