Don't-Miss iPods Stories
Last year, Apple sold 22.1 million iPods in the three months ending December 31. It’s safe bet that many of those iPods wound up being given as gifts. Maybe you’re planning on giving an iPod of your own this holiday season. Stumped as to which one of the four different kinds of iPods to pick? Don’t worry: we’ve got some helpful advice.
Ted Landau looks at two iPhone-related bugs—a connection error in which the iPhone fails to show up in the iTunes Devices list and a crash that can occur when you attempt to play an audiobook.
You say your iPod refuses to appear in iTunes? Try these troubleshooting techniques.
Why are your new podcast episodes routinely booted off your iPhone or iPod? Because once you play a second of them, their newness disappears.
Considering invoking Restrictions on your kid's iPod touch or iPhone? Communication and trust might be more effective parental controls.
The iTunes Store may be a great place to stock up on video content, but why spend extra money? With the right tools, you can untether from your Mac and convert videos to play on an iPod, iPhone, or Apple TV.
Think you know everything there is to know about the latest iPods? Here are a few details you might have missed.
Ted Landau tries to work his way around the oft-frustrating process of downloading updates from the App Store.
Learn a few things you can try when experiencing issues with your iPhone or iPod touch running the 2.0.x software.
Ted Landau tells you what to do if contacts and calendar events synced via MobileMe suddenly disappear from your iPhone. And he returns to smart flash drives, the subject of last week’s column.
If crashing iPhone apps are bringing you—and your phone—down, Ted Landau has a primer on navigating your way out of app trouble.
If you've upgraded your iPod touch to the 2.0 software and would like to return to the days of 1.1.4, here's how.
Earbuds or headphones? Full-size or miniature? No matter what kind of listening hardware you like to plug into your iPod (or iPhone), Dan Frakes has some advice and recommendations for finding the perfect pair.