The iPod Nano has been through seven different iterations since its introduction in 2006. Perhaps even more so than with the much-heralded iPhone and iPad, the Nano is Apple's favorite device to experiment with: larger capacities, different screens, complete redesign - the Nano has been a lot of different things over the years. But this seventh generation is something else entirely - a multi-touch powerhouse that features pretty much everything you'd ever want in an MP3 player, and a few things you didn't even know you'd need. This guide will take you through the ins and outs of the iPod Nano - from working with iTunes to using the built-in pedometer. We'll show you everything you need to know, saving the fluff for people who have time to waste. Ready? Let's do this!
Even if you haven't used GarageBand for iPhone before, chances are you've heard a lot about it. When this iOS version of Apple's popular GarageBand for Mac application debuted in 2011, rave reviews began rolling in, and Apple has improved its performance and added features since then. If you've ever used GarageBand for Mac, you'll find yourself quite comfortable here -- the two apps have a lot in common. If you haven't, don't worry -- we cover everything you'll need to know in this guide. But, either way, prepare yourself for a unique experience. That's because of the unique touch interface of the iPhone. Apple's GarageBand for iPhone app features several great software instruments that you can play just by touching the screen. This makes the experience of playing a guitar, for instance, or a drum set very natural for anyone who's ever played a musical instrument, and much more fun! Let Minute Help show you how!
After opening the box, you will quickly see that iPod comes with everything you need to create your ultimate music experience...except instructions! If you want to get the most out of your iPod, then let Minute Help show you how with this guide book full of tips, tricks, and hints!
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