The Free iPod Book 3.0

Published: June 1, 2007
Page Count: 230

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The Free iPod Book 3.0

Foreword, iSnapshots: iPod and iLounge
What’s new in the Book, iPod dominance, and iLounge.

Sneak Peeks: Now with iPhone Accessories
Over 20 exclusive iPod and iPhone add-ons, debuted.

The iPhone Index
26 things you need to know about Apple’s new iPhone.

Love Your Apple TV
Make more of the 40 or 160GB at-home media player.

The All Things iPod Guide
Prepare to be amazed by your iPod all over again.

  • Installing The Right iPod Software
  • Connecting Your iPod To Your PC/Mac
  • Filling Your iPod
    • Music
    • Podcasts
    • Radio
    • Videos
    • Photos & Art
    • Travel Goodies
    • Books
    • Calendars & Contacts
    • Personal Data & Files
    • Games
    • Make Your Own Fun
  • Enjoying Your iPod Everywhere

  • Customizing Your iPod

  • Expanding Your iPod: Electronics

  • Playing With Your iPod: Toys

  • Protecting Your iPod: Cases & Film

  • Wearing Your iPod: Clothes

  • Maintaining and Repairing Your iPod

  • Selling Your iPod

  • Buying a New iPod

  • Goodbye, iTunes Phones, Hello, iPhone

  • Gifting to iPod Fans

  • Joining The iPod Community

The iLounge Report Card: Over 1,300 Ratings
From the original iPod through today’s models and Apple TV, reviews of top hardware, accessories, and software.

iLounge iPod Fashion Photo Contests
Which 4 readers won Apple iPhones in our contests?

iPods Around the World Galleries
Some of our favorite global iPod snapshots from readers.

iTunes Tips & Tricks
Learn how to enjoy Apple’s media manager with 140 tips.

The iPod Directory

Index to Advertisers
Note: All ads in this Book are clickable.

Apple’s Semi-Secret Store
Some Apple logo items are found in only one place: here.

iLounge editors’ favorite gadgets, and Making the Book.

Closing the Curtain: Zune

Jeremy Horwitz

Jeremy Horwitz was the Editor-in-Chief at iLounge. He has written over 5,000 articles and reviews for the website and is one of the most respected members of the Apple media. Horwitz has been following Apple since the release of the original iPod in 2001. He was one of the first reviewers to receive a pre-release unit of the device, and his review helped put iLounge on the map as a go-to source for Apple news.