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iPod touch Made Simple by Gary Mazo, Martin Trautschold

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Chapter 5. Wi-Fi Connectivity

We live in a connected world. Wireless Internet (also known as Wi-Fi) access has become the rule, not the exception—chances are you're already using Wi-Fi at your home or office. Now you can use it to connect your iPod touch.

This chapter covers WLANs (wireless local area networks) and all the ways you can get connected or disconnected from these networks. You will also learn how to prioritize your networks and forget networks you no longer need.

What Can I Do When I'm Connected to a Wi-Fi Network?

What Can I Do When I'm Connected to a Wi-Fi Network?

Here are some of the things you can do when connected:

  • Access and download apps (programs) from the App Store

  • Access and download music, videos, podcasts, and more from iTunes ...

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