I have a 4th-Gen iPod Touch and it is not so fast with iOS 5. Can anyone say Does iOS 6 make it slower or not?
I own an android phone and I buy the ipod touch so I can play ios games and enjoy both platforms simultaneously. So, what other use are there for the ipod touch and are there any iphone users who own one?
The US Copyright Office in 2010, stated Jailbreaking iOS devices is legal. Now this exemption is running out. I would like to hear what you think about rooting or jailbreaking. I'm doing some research of my own and want any information, whether you oppose Jailbreaking/Rooting or you're in favor, I want to know. Please be as detailed as possible when replying, so that your comment is not misconstrued.
can any body help me please? my ipod 4 is not finding any wi fi connection although I have wi fi in my house. any one please?? thanks
I almost forgot that Apple charged $15 (or was it $20?) for OS updates for the Touches. Seemed really lame at the time, but even more so now that we expect these type of updates are expected to be free.
At what point did this change anyways?
Do the iPod Touch and iPod Nano announced at the iPhone 4S event count as a separate generation? The iPod Touch simply adds a white version and the iPod Nano got a software update which the 6th generation is also getting.
This is a bit of a random question, but after seeing this over at engadget: http://www.strapya-world.com/products/45835.html I just had to ask: What is the worst case for an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad that you have seen or used?
Unfortunately my partner dropped his iPod Touch 4. Fell flat, face down from shirt pocket onto concrete. It still worked but the screen didn't survive the fall. I took it to Los Gatos Apple Store to a Genus. The genus, without any hesitation, in a one time gesture of good will, replaced the unit! I have read and hear many stories like this. Not all have this outcome and I don't quite know what the criterion is. I was ready to talk about my history of purchases with Apple but I didn't even need...
Nokia) = half size, half cost iPhone substitute for nearly everything that an iPhone does well. Skype works great with built in mic/speaker/camera, email&browser great, iPhone apps..... even location services on google maps work fairly well over this bluetooth DUN internet connection.