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iPod touch Made Simple by Gary Mazo, Martin Trautschold

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Chapter 6. Organize Your iPod touch Icons and Folders

Your new iPod touch is very customizable. In this chapter, we'll show you how to move icons around and put your favorites just where you want them. You've got up to 11 pages of icons to work with, and you can adjust the look and feel of those pages so it suits your tastes.

Like a Mac computer or an iPad, the iPod touch has a Bottom Dock, where you can put the icons for your favorite apps. Your iPod touch comes with four standard icons in the Bottom Dock, but you can replace these with others so your favorite apps are always available at the bottom of your screen. In the new operating system, iOS4, you can even move an entire folder of apps to the Bottom Dock.

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You can also move or delete icons ...

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