If you listen to the discussion online or out loud about iPods, you’re bound to hear someone refer to the “iTouch.”
But there’s no such thing as an iTouch (at least not in the iPod line. Reader Carnie points out that there's a Logitech keyboard with that name). What people mean, when they talk about the iTouch, is the iPod touch.
It’s easy to see how this confusion can arise: many of Apple’s flagship products have the prefix “i” and “iTouch” is a easier name to say than iPod touch. Still, the official name of the product isn’t the iTouch, it’s the iPod touch.
Now that we've got the cleared up, learn about the iPod touch and how to use it in these articles:
- 6 Ways to Text with the iPod touch
- Tips for iPod touch Security
- Top 7 Differences between the iPhone 4 and iPod touch
- How to Sync Apps to the iPod touch
- Comparing iPhone 4 Camera vs. 4th Gen. iPod touch Camera
- Top 9 Things to Buy When you Buy iPod touch
- Setting up the iPod Touch
- 10 Tips to Extend iPod touch Battery Life