Now that you can buy movies from the iTunes Store and sync them to
your iPod, the whole world is your theater. With the Apple 80 GB
iPod with Video Playback in hand, those movies fit comfortably next
to TV shows, new iPod games, podcasts, audiobooks, photo albums,
and, of course, an entire library of music--up to 20,000 songs. How
much can your pocket hold? That's up to you and your iPod, but no
matter how you organize it, the iPod holds loads of songs and
plenty of hours of video.
Your iPod library can now contain new iPod games, feature films,
and up to 20,000 songs.
The same great iPod interface and ease of use that goes great in
With all your music at your fingertips, you may never want to stop
listening. Lucky thing your iPod plays audio for hours and hours,
or if you'd rather watch, you can feast your eyes on movies and TV
shows for several hours without draining your battery. And you can
count on the iPod to help you pack light. It is almost hard to
explain exactly how 80 GB of storage can fit into an iPod that's
the same size as the 60 GB model before it. However it happened, it
means you can carry more music and video absolutely anywhere you
go. And with a 60-percent brighter screen, the vibrant display
gives your album art, photos, and video extra oomph. As always,
iPod makes finding what you want to hear a breeze. Plus, a new
interface lets you search your iPod using the patented Click Wheel.
And if you're a fan of live albums, classical works, or anything
that sounds best when it is played continuously, iPod supports
gapless playback that seamlessly transitions from one song to
Music, Movies and TV Shows
Finding and playing music on your iPod is simple. Use the Click
Wheel to adjust volume, navigate songs, or browse the Music menu by
artists, composer, album, song, genre, or playlist. Want to mix
things up? Simply click Shuffle Songs. iPod makes your music look
as good as it sounds, thanks to its big, bright color display.
Album art appears alongside your songs in the Now Playing screen,
so you can see your music as you play it. After all, iPod loves
music as much as you do.
Now you can watch a movie while waiting in line for tickets to one.
Download movies from the iTunes Store, then sync them to your iPod
to watch anywhere, anytime. The iPod's gorgeous display--now
60-percent brighter--makes your movies pop. And thanks to improved
video playback time, iPod keeps you entertained for several
hours--even longer if you reduce brightness using the new
As for television programs, there's always something good on iPod.
Browse thousands of episodes of your favorite TV shows on the
iTunes Store, buy them for just a couple dollars each, then sync
them to your iPod. Watch last night's episodes this morning, or buy
a whole TV series and settle in for a pocket-size marathon. All
your TV episodes display in order, so you can navigate them easily,
and every episode you buy from iTunes is optimized to look great on
the iPod's crystal-clear, 320 x 240-pixel display.
Podcasts, Audiobooks, Games, and Photos
The iTunes Store features thousands of free podcasts--radio-type
shows you subscribe to--including indie favorites and offerings
from big names such as, ABC News, Comedy Central, ESPN, PBS, NPR,
and many more. Browse and subscribe to podcasts, then sync them to
your iPod and listen anytime. Even video podcasts sync to go, and
all your podcasts appear in their own menu on your iPod, so they're
easy to navigate.
The iPod measures up nicely, and is over 30% thinner than the
previous fourth generation.
The iTunes Store is the bridge between your iPod and all the
content your heart desires.
The digital shelves of the iTunes Store are stocked with t