How Does An iPod Work? Find The Answer To How Do iPods Work And Know Your iPod


If you own or even if you do not own an Ipod, this question must surely come to your mind sometime or the other. Everyone wants to know how does an ipod work? What is the technique and logic behind the Ipod? How do Ipods work? Do they work the same way other mp3 and mp4 players work? Do they work like your pc?

Ok, so lets have a sneak peek into How does an Ipod work?

Yes, the Ipod works like your personal computer upto some extent. You can download or put data (songs, pics, etc.) onto your Ipod the way you do it in your pc. The data gets stored into the Ipod hard disk. The user can recall the data whenever he or she wishes. The Ipod is basically designed to read mp3 files related to music. The Ipod can carry hundreds and thousands of songs depending on its model. It all gets stored into the memory like the computer.

The songs in your pc in Itunes software are transferred to your Ipod through a USB cable.

The Ipod works on battery.

The Ipod battery is quite different from other batteries. It cannot be removed from the Ipod by its users. It is rechargable.

Many Ipods have a click wheel.

The click wheel is a set of buttons which work by the touch of your fingers. The Ipod's click wheel has captative sensing. It works because of the conducive capacity of your skin. There are four buttons on the click wheel which include the play and pause button, the back and forward button button and the menu button.

Now you know how do ipods works. Share it with your friends and show them that you're a techie.

Article originally written by me on Ezinearticles.com


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August 17, 2009 at 4:58 AM

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July 14, 2010 at 4:43 AM

Your post was very informative and was a learning experience for me. I am much interested in Ipod and topics related to it. I will definitely keep coming back to read interesting updates about Ipod.