iPod Touch iPod TouchThis is a technical presentation. By Amie Bodkin
Bl uet oot hBluetooth is wireless technology which allows you to exchange andtransfer different files such as music, photos and videos. This can onlyhappen over short distances because it uses short length radiotransmissions.You can exchange media from:Phone to phone,Laptop to phone (or vice versa)iPad to iPod (or vice versa)iPhone to iPod (or vice versa).It cuts down the media into smaller parts and then transmits it, usingfrequency-hopping spread spectrum.
WiFiWiFi allows you to connect to the internet from different devices, ifthere is a Wireless Access Point (WAP) nearby. With the iPod you candownload apps, download music, play apps that require the internetand go onto Safari. It is wireless technology over a local area network.There are certain ranges that can and cannot be covered.“A typical wireless access point using 802.11b or 802.11g with a stockantenna might have a range of 32 m (120 ft) indoors and 95 m (300 ft)ooutdoors.”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wi-Fi
Appl icat ionsDepending on the amount of memory the iPod has, determines how muchyou can store on it. You can either get 8GB, 16GB, 32 GB or 64 GB. Italso determines how many apps and what kind of apps you can storebecause they all have different memory requirements.You can get all different types of applications on it (both free and for a smallpayment) to make life more fun or a little bit easier. There are differentcategories to choose from such as: Games, Medical, Business,Books and Catalogues,Education, Entertainment,Medical and Health.There are many others as well.
Cam as erThe iPod touch has two cameras, one on the front (to take pictures ofyourself) and one on the back (to take pictures of the surroundings).The iPod has a HD camera. It is 960x720 camera. It produces verysharp, clear pictures and videos. You can also crop pictures, and editthem. You can also zoom in by pinching the screen and grid lines areavailable to use. You can also send videos to YouTube and iMessage.You can also send photos to iMessage, Twitter, your blogs, Facebook,etc. 5
iCl oudiCloud is wireless technology that allows the transfer of photos, songs,videos and apps from Apple device to another. This can include iPodTouch to iPad or vice versa. This is very efficient and effective becauseyou no longer need a computer to download the media to anotherdevice. It is very secure.When iCloud is activated, 5GB of free storage is given to you. In orderto have iCloud, you must have the latest software, iOS 5. 6
iTunesThere are many versions of iTunes, however, the latest is 10.6. It is aprogram which allows you to download music, films, TV programmesand music videos for a small payment.The requirements for iTunes: Windows 32 bit, Windows 64 bit, Mac OS.It is now compatible with iCloud so you can now transfer songs for onedevice to another.You can also burn CDs from the music on iTunes onto blank CDs. 7
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