Monday, December 17, 2007

How to Buy a Touch Screen iPod

The iPod touch screen is just one of the many versions of the iPod that are available to buy. It has a touch screen that is used to control the iPod instead of the traditional controls. While it is on the higher end of the price spectrum when it comes to iPods, the iPod touch screen is worth buying.

Difficulty: Easy

Step One
Make sure you have the funding for the purchase of an iPod touch screen. The price for this gadget is in the $300.00 to $400.00 range, not including extended warranty and/or insurance.

Step Two
Check the gigabyte information on the iPod touch screen to see which one has the capacity you are looking for. Take into consideration if you plan on using it for music, movies or a combination of both. This particular model comes in 8 and 16 gigabytes.

Step Three
Go to an electronics store near you to check if they have any iPod touch screen available. It is possible that you will have to put your name on a waiting list or pre-order the iPod. With any luck, you will be able to walk out of the store with one in your hands.

Step Four
Read the instructions that come with the iPod before you plug it into your computer and start loading your music and movies onto it. Doing this will save you a lot of time and frustration.

Step Five
Load your music and movies onto your new iPod after you have read the instructions, loaded the software and plugged it into your computer. Most iPods need to be charged for 24 hours before they can be used, so be patient. Soon you will be jamming out to your favorite tunes.
by eHow Electronics Editor
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