Updating your ipod
Apple’s i Pod is probably the pinnacle of personal audio devices.Sure, Android and i OS phones can play music with their fancy streaming services and gigabytes of storage, but nothing beats the elegant style, refined design, and tactile click wheel of a classic i Pod.Here is a guide to help the install process go smoothly so you get up and running quickly on i OS 7 when it is released.If you are on the fence about i OS 7, then take a few minutes to find out why you should install the update and a few reasons why you shouldn’t. Before you get started, you should refer back to our earlier tips on preparing your device for i OS 7.Here’s how to back up an i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch using i Cloud: If you signed up for the i OS 11 beta program earlier this year, your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch is likely still enrolled.
If you’re eager to get it up and running on your i Phone, you’re not the only one.
Be patient as millions of other people are trying to update at the same time as you.
If the update is available, then tap Download to download the update.
If all that seems a little confusing, feel free to follow along with our live run-through in this week’s episode.
Apple will be releasing i OS 7 shortly and you likely are itching to move beyond i OS 6 and get your hands on this latest i OS release.Click on i Tunes in the menu bar and then click on “Check for updates.” You can also go directly to Apple’s i Tunes download page, which is now allowing you to download i Tunes 11.1, the most recent version of the media manager.Once i Tunes is all squared away, it’s time to turn your attention to your phone.Updating your device wirelessly Before you start the download, plug in your device so the battery doesn’t drain during the update process.