Apple iPod nano 7G 16 GB Blue Flash Portable Media Player MD477LL/A user manual

User manual for the device Apple iPod nano 7G 16 GB Blue Flash Portable Media Player MD477LL/A

Device: Apple iPod nano 7G 16 GB Blue Flash Portable Media Player MD477LL/A
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Date of adding : 2014-02-05 18:48:36
Number of pages: 68
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iPod nano
User Guide

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Contents 4 Chapter 1: iPod nano at a Glance 4 iPod nano overview 5 Accessories 5 The Home screen 6 Status icons 7 Chapter 2: Getting Started 7 Setting up iPod nano 9 Chapter 3: Basics 9 Using Multi-Touch 11 Setting preferences 13 Connecting and disconnecting iPod nano 13 About the battery 15 Setting up iTunes syncing 17 Chapter 4: Music and Other Audio 17 Playing music 20 Playing podcasts, audiobooks, and iTunes U collections 22 Creating playlists on iPod nano 25 Controlling the volume 27 Ch

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39 Chapter 8: Photos 39 Viewing photos on iPod nano 41 Syncing photos 43 Chapter 9: Clock 43 Customizing the clock 44 Using the stopwatch 44 Using the timer 46 Chapter 10: Voice Memos 46 Recording voice memos 46 Listening to recordings 47 Managing recordings 48 Chapter 11: Accessibility 48 Universal Access features 49 Using VoiceOver 50 Setting Mono Audio 51 Inverting the screen colors 51 Quickly activating accessibility features 52 Chapter 12: EarPods and Bluetooth accessories 52 Using the

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iPod nano at a Glance 1 iPod nano overview Sleep/Wake Status bar Volume Up Play/Pause Volume Down Multi-Touch screen Menu and app icons Home button Headphone jack Lightning connector To Do this Turn the screen on or off while Press the Sleep/Wake button. you listen to music or other audio Turn iPod nano off completely, or Hold down the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds. to turn it back on Adjust the volume while listening Press the Volume Up or Volume Down button. to songs or other media Thes

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Accessories The following accessories come with iPod nano: Lightning to USB Cable Apple EarPods Use the Lightning to USB Cable to connect iPod nano to your computer, sync content, and charge the battery. You can also use the cable with the Apple USB Power Adapter (sold separately). Use the Apple EarPods to listen to music, audiobooks, and podcasts. The EarPods also double as an antenna for listening to radio broadcasts. For information about using accessories with iPod nano, including optiona

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iTunes U Lists iTunes U collections synced from your iTunes library (it doesn’t appear if you have no collections). Voice Memos Opens the controls for recording and managing voice memos. It’s visible only if a microphone is connected to iPod nano, or if there are voice memo recordings on iPod nano. Status icons The icons in the status bar at the top of the screen give information about iPod nano: Bluetooth is turned on but not paired or connected with a Bluetooth device, or the paired device

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Getting Started 2 WARNING: To avoid injury, read Important safety information on page 61 before using · iPod nano. Setting up iPod nano To get started, set up iPod nano using iTunes on your computer. During setup, you create an iTunes Store account or use an existing account. (The iTunes Store may not be available in all countries or regions.) iTunes also displays and records the serial number of your iPod nano when it’s connected, in case you need it. Set up iPod nano: 1 Download and inst

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Don’t disconnect iPod nano if you see the “Connected” or “Synchronizing” message. To avoid damaging files on iPod nano, eject iPod nano before disconnecting the cable if you see one of these messages. For more information about safely disconnecting iPod nano, see Disconnecting iPod nano from your computer on page 13. Chapter 2 Getting Started 8

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Basics 3 You control iPod nano with quick gestures on the Multi-Touch screen, with buttons on the top and side of iPod nano, and with controls on compatible accessories. You can customize iPod nano with preference settings, and sync with your computer using iTunes. Learn how to properly connect and disconnect iPod nano, and how to charge the battery and conserve battery power. Using Multi-Touch The Multi-Touch screen and simple finger gestures make it easy to use iPod nano. Tap and double-t

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Flick Flick your finger quickly up or down to scroll rapidly. You can wait for scrolling to stop, or touch anywhere on the screen to stop it immediately. Touching the screen won’t choose or activate anything. In some lists, such as Playlists, you can flick down to show editing controls at the top. Drag Drag over scrubber bars or sliders to move their controls. Zoom in or out When viewing photos, you can zoom in or out gradually. Pinch your fingers apart to make the photo grow larger, or pinch

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Here are more ways to control iPod nano using gestures and the iPod nano buttons: Turn iPod nano off completely, or Hold down the Sleep/Wake button for several seconds to turn iPod nano turn it on again off completely. Any audio that’s playing is turned off. To turn iPod nano back on after turning it off this way, hold down the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds. Wake iPod nano from sleep Press the Sleep/Wake button. Turn off the screen Press the Sleep/Wake button. Music or other audio that’

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General settings Tap Settings > General to see these preferences: Brightness Adjust the screen brightness. Set a lower brightness to use less battery power. Wallpaper Set the background image for the Home screen. Tap a pattern to see how it looks onscreen, then tap Cancel or Set. Date & Time Set the date, time, and time zone. Change the time display to a 24-hour clock. Show the clock on waking. Choose a clock face (see Customizing the clock on page 43). Language Set the language for iPod nan

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Connecting and disconnecting iPod nano You connect iPod nano to your computer to sync files and charge the iPod nano battery. You can sync songs and charge the battery at the same time. Important: The battery doesn’t charge while your computer is in sleep or standby mode. Connecting iPod nano to your computer iTunes syncs songs on iPod nano automatically when you connect it to your computer, unless you select other sync settings in iTunes. Connect iPod nano to your computer: m Connect the inc

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Charging the battery You can charge the iPod nano battery by connecting iPod nano to your computer, or by using the Apple USB Adapter (available separately). Charge the battery using your computer: m Connect iPod nano to a USB 3.0 port or high-powered USB 2.0 port on your computer. The computer must be turned on and not in sleep. Important: If a “Connect to Power” message appears on the iPod nano screen, the battery needs to be charged before iPod nano can communicate with your computer. See

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Conserving power iPod nano intelligently manages battery life while you listen. To save power, the iPod nano screen dims if you don’t touch it for twenty seconds, and then turns off. To turn the screen on or off again, press the Sleep/Wake button. When there’s no activity on iPod nano (no audio or video is playing and no motion is detected if steps are being counted), it turns off automatically. To turn iPod nano back on when it turns off this way, press the Sleep/Wake button. You can also t

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Turn off automatic syncing for iPod nano: 1 Connect iPod nano to your computer, then open iTunes. 2 In the iTunes Summary pane, deselect “Open iTunes when this iPod is connected.” 3 Click Apply. If you turn off automatic syncing, you can still sync by clicking the Sync button. Managing iPod nano manually If you manage iPod nano manually, you can add content from multiple computers to iPod nano without erasing items already on iPod nano. Setting iPod nano to manually manage music turns off th

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Music and Other Audio 4 iPod nano makes it easy to find and listen to songs, podcasts, and iTunes U programs. You can repeat songs, fast-forward, shuffle, and create playlists using the Multi-Touch screen. You can play a Genius Mix—songs from your library that go great together—or create a Genius playlist based on a favorite song. WARNING: For important information about avoiding hearing loss, see Chapter 14, Safety and Handling, on page 61. Playing music While a song plays, its album art

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Find songs in your music library: Do any of the following: m Flick to scroll quickly through song and album lists, then tap the menu bar to return to the top of the list. m Swipe lightly across a title from right to left to see all of the text (the title scrolls so you can read all of it). m Drag your finger down an index list to show a large letter superimposed over the list. When you reach the letter you want, lift your finger. Controlling playback for songs You can control playback using s

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Skip to the next song Tap , or press the Play/Pause button (between the volume buttons) twice. Fast-forward or rewind a song Press and hold or . Repeat songs Tap the Now Playing screen, then tap . Tap again for more options: = Repeat all songs in the current album or list. = Repeat only the current song over and over. Create a Genius playlist Play a song, tap the Now Playing screen, then tap . Shuffle songs Tap the Now Playing screen, then tap . If “Shake to Shuffle” is turned on in Set

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Playing podcasts, audiobooks, and iTunes U collections Podcasts are free, downloadable shows available in the iTunes Store. Podcasts are organized by shows, episodes within shows, and chapters within episodes. If you stop playing a podcast and return to it later, the podcast begins playing where you left off. Audiobooks are available for purchase and download from the iTunes Store. When you listen to audiobooks purchased from the iTunes Store or audible.com, you can adjust the playback speed


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