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  1. Gadgester "No Time, No Money" says:
    67 of 67 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent user’s guide to basic operations in iPod, iPhone & iTunes, June 21, 2009
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    Gadgester “No Time, No Money” (Mother Earth) –
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    This review is from: How to Do Everything iPod, iPhone & iTunes, Fifth Journal (Paperback)

    I have the Sony e-book journal of this title, which has the same content as this paperback journal.

    This book, now in its 5th journal (published June 2009), is probably the best book that covers the basics of using an iPod (classic, nano and shuffle), iPod touch, iPhone 3G, and the iTunes software. It’s by no earnings an advanced user’s guide, so if you’re looking for expert tips and hacks, this is not it. Indeed, it doesn’t even tell you much about the sound-quality options in iTunes and on iPod and iPhone; it just scratches the surface, that’s it.

    That said, if you’re a novice to the iPod/iPhone/iTunes dynasty, this book will help you aplenty. Contrary to what Apple’s marketing tells us or what its collaborators in the “unbiased” mass media would like us to believe, iPod, iPhone and iTunes are really quite hard to use, with many features hidden in places you don’t expect to find them. That’s why there’re so many iPod and iPhone books on the market.

    This book succeeds in life a beginner’s guide because it’s simple to be with you and covers areas where a beginner usually stumbles, from understanding the iPod or iPhone’s controls to using iTunes to organize one’s music. You’ll find plenty of screenshots to help you along, and both PC and Mac versions of iTunes are covered. The index is pretty excellent, making the book a excellent basic reference on various topics related to the iPod, iPhone, iTunes empire.

    So, if you need a book to help you get to the many features of iPod or iPhone and iTunes, this book is your best bet. But if you want in-depth coverage of these products, you’ll have to look elsewhere — or wait, as I have not found a single book that covers the many advanced features (e.g., real interaction between sound check and volume adjustment and EQ) and many bugs and annoyances of the iPod and iTunes.

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  2. Demon_eye says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    helpful, November 28, 2011
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    Demon_eye (NY, USA) –

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    This review is from: How to Do Everything iPod, iPhone & iTunes, Fifth Journal (Paperback)

    thanks a lot to the one who made this book … i really knew a lot of things about ipod iphone and itunes that i would never knew about if i tried to find out it by myself … it has a lot of info ..it’s so fantastic

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