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Chapter 1. Meet the iPod > Parts of the Pod

1.1. Parts of the Pod

In addition to the nicely nestled iPod itself (Figure 1-1), the package's compartments hold all the other stuff that comes with various iPod models: earbud-style headphones and their foam covers, the connection cables for your computer, power adapter, dock, and software CD. Depending on which iPod you have and when you bought it, you may see some variations, like the belt clip that's included with the iPod Mini or the AV cable that comes with the iPod Photo.

But while HP provides a quick-start poster to help its iPodders get rolling, mostly what you get by way of instructions in the standard Apple box is a small square folder, including the short iPod User's Guide. Newer iPods do include some electronic documentation and short tutorials in Web page-and PDF-format (located on the iPod CD), but you have to print it out if you want to read it anywhere besides your computer screen. Good thing you have this book in your hands to fill in the gaps—and it's always ready to flip through without having to boot up your PC.


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