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The iPod touch Pocket Guide by Christopher Breen

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7. Photos and YouTube

Your iPod touch is an audio wonder, but it also offers its share of visual delights. Although it lacks the 5G iPod nano’s and iPhone’s camera, it’s capable of displaying pictures that you sync to the iPod, as well as those that you receive via email and copy from Safari. Also on the visual front, your iPod touch can play YouTube videos in a separate YouTube application—no Web browser required. In this chapter, I scrutinize both talents in detail.

You Ought to Be in Pictures

Tapping Photos in the iPod’s Home screen is the digital equivalent of flipping open your wallet to reveal a seemingly endless stream of pictures of the kids, the dog, and that recent trip to Coober Pedy. The iPod’s Photos application, however, is no ...

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