Monday, September 20

iPod Touch

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The small pocket of the jeans is for the iPod Nano | Digital Trends Spanish

"Have you ever wondered what this pocket is for?" Steve Jobs said before hundreds of attendees, among journalists and Apple sycophants (employees, then) during the presentation of the iPod Nano, held on September 7, 2005 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. "I always wondered," Jobs responded to laughter and applause from the audience. "Well, now we know, because this is the iPod Nano", he finished by showing the iPod Nano, until that moment the smallest music player presented by Apple. Then the typical Steve Jobs verbiage began. "It will take your breath away ... you won't believe it until you have it in your hands, 1,000 songs and an incredible color screen ... it is one of the most incredible products ever created by Apple," he described. Certainly...
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We explain how to use AirPlay and AirPlay 2 on any Apple device | Digital Trends Spanish

If you have an Apple device, such as an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod Touch, you definitely have to know what it is and how to use AirPlay and AirPlay 2, this technology that allows you to send music, movies and more from your device to a speaker or a television; you can even share all the content on your screen, if you want. Here's everything you need to know about these powerful features. What is Airplay? AirPlay, and its more advanced successor, AirPlay 2, are Apple technologies to enable wireless streaming of audio and video from iOS devices to speakers and displays. The iOS device is considered the “sender” of AirPlay and the speaker or television is considered the “receiver”. If you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, with iOS 4.2 or later you already have AirPl...