Friday, 9 December 2011

Ipad Nano and Ipad Shuffle

Ipad Nano
The iPod nano is the smallest iPod which has a screen. So far the iPodnano comes in 8 GB and 16 GB models in different colors.
The iPod nano has a layout similar to the iPod classic, with a screen at the top of the facade, the main control buttons integrated into the click wheel and dock connector port on the bottom. The only major differencein the layout is that the headphone socket is on the bottom of the iPodnano, rather than on top.
Despite its small size, iPod nano can play video as well as songs, and can even out this video to a TV. The iPod can also display photos andalbum art on the screen or on TV. The capacity of the iPod nano is engraved on the back.

Ipad Shuffle

The iPod shuffle is the smallest iPod and least expensive. To date, two generations of iPod shuffle is available:
IPod Shuffle •
The third generation iPod is a slab of shiny metal with a clip on the back, a single switch on top, and its controls is built into the headphone cord.

The iPod Shuffle second generation iPod  has a rectangular metal box with controls on the front and one rear clip to attach the player to your clothes.
The iPod shuffle has no screen and two game modes, either reading an existing playlist in order or "mix" of songs in random order, hence the name.
 To switch from shuffle mode to play, you move the switch on top of the third generation iPod shuffle or one of the two switches on the bottom of the second generation iPod shuffle.
You control the iPod shuffle third generation via the three buttons on the headset cord (see Chapter 3 for details).
 You control the second generation iPod shuffle via five buttons (Play / Pause, Previous Track and Next Track, Volume Up and VOLUME) arranged in a circular arrangement on his face.
Because the iPod shuffle has no screen, the only way you can navigate through your playlist is to use the Back button and the Next button and listen to the song that plays.
 The shuffle mode is a virtue out of this limitation by proposing to mix the songs for you.
The iPod shuffle is great for exercise or activities that threaten extreme
more iPod, especially since the controls are easy to use without looking.But it is also great if you often get new music and want to focus your listening on it without being distracted by your existing collection, or if you want to force you to listen to artists or albums that you're used toneglect.
Due to the limitations of the iPod shuffle, much of what you will read elsewhere in this book does not apply to it.
 For example, you can not put your contacts, calendar, or notes on the iPod shuffle, because it has no way to show you, well, you can not watch a video on it . The iPod shuffle does not use the EQ, but it supports the start time and end time of the options in iTunes, allowing you to skip part of the beginning or end of a runway.
But the iPod shuffle is not just for playing music. You can also use the iPod shuffle as a portable drive, and because of its small size, the iPod shuffle is a great way to take your important documents with you.
The second generation iPod shuffle plays AAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF, and, but he can not read files from Apple Lossless Encoder.The third generation iPod shuffle does not play Apple Lossless encoding files and all other types.

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