Additionally, there is now an accelerometer built into the Nano, which allows for instant resizing of photos and menus based on the orientation of the player, just like the i Phone and i Pod Touch.The accelerometer is also used for a new "Shake to shuffle" feature, which senses when you shake your player, and automatically enters the shuffle mode.With simple, intuitive features and 4.03 second chip card transaction, your customers will never see their check-out experience the same.Learn More Genius is cloud-based so new payment types, regulatory changes, industry updates and feature enhancements are seamlessly delivered to every device.If I buy a song, update genius and try make a genius playlist from it, it doesn’t work. Firstly, to be clear the Genius feature does require that you have enough similar music in your library to be able to create a viable playlist.If you’re working with a more obscure track—even if you purchased it from the i Tunes Store—it may simply not be possible for i Tunes to find enough matching content in your library.Ask i Lounge offers readers the opportunity to get answers to their i Pod-, i Phone-, i Pad-, i Tunes-, or Apple TV-related questions from a member of the i Lounge editorial team.
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Two models will be sold: 9 for an 8-GB model, 9 for 16 GB. Touting it as the "funnest i Pod ever," Jobs introduced the new i Pod Touch with a heavy emphasis on its gaming capabilities.
The revised i Pod Touch features a curved back that's reminiscent of the i Phone 3G, but using stainless steel like previous i Pod Touch models.
emphasized its leadership in the digital music market this morning at an event in San Francisco, as CEO Steve Jobs introduced new models of its most popular i Pod music players, as well as a new version of the company's i Tunes media management software.
The revised version of the i Pod Touch and i Pod Nano, as well as i Tunes 8 all include a new feature called "Genius," which Apple touts as an easy way to create playlists based on the song you're listening to and the music in your library.