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iPod touch Made Simple, iOS 5 Edition by Gary Mazo, Rene Ritchie, Martin Trautschold

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Chapter 19

Working with Photos

While previous versions of the iPod touch have included a rear-facing camera, the latest iPod touch comes with not one, but two cameras: an 960 × 720 pixel camera on the back; and a VGA (640 × 480 pixel) camera on the front for video chats and self-portraits. You can learn more about using the front-facing camera in the FaceTime app in Chapter 10: “Video Messaging and Skype.”

Viewing and sharing your pictures on the iPod touch is truly a joy, due in large part to its beautiful high-resolution screen. In this chapter, we will discuss the many ways to get pictures onto your iPod touch. We will also show you how you to use the touch screen to navigate through your pictures, as well as how to zoom in and out and manipulate ...

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