Updating your ipod
Connect your i OS device to your computer using an USB cable.
Wait for i Tunes to open and connect to your device.
Fortunately, we can fix that with a little DIY hacking to turn your humble old i Pod back into the supercharged portable music player it once was. Follow along in the video to see how it’s done and revel in the magic of having an i Pod with 250GB of reliable, fast flash storage.
Apple’s i Pod is probably the pinnacle of personal audio devices.
Sure, Android and i OS phones can play music with their fancy streaming services and gigabytes of storage, but nothing beats the elegant style, refined design, and tactile click wheel of a classic i Pod.
Brimming with excitement over the redesigned App Store, indoor maps, Apple Pay in i Message, and the host of other features in i OS 11? After a months-long beta program, the newest version of Apple’s mobile operating system is finally available for the i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod touch.
If you’re eager to get it up and running on your i Phone, you’re not the only one.