Hello Community, I was trying to play music throught my iPod dock with my new iPod (5th gen). The sound only comes throught the iPod and not the stereo.

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Hello Community, I was wondering if there is an 4th Gen iPod adapter for an iPod 5th Gen. So I can use my 4th Gen iPod stereo on my 5th Gen iPod.

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At just half a cubic inch in volume, 1.62 inches long, weighing half an ounce and coming complete with a built-in clip and little else to spoil the minimalist aluminum design, the smallest digital music player on the planet goes on sale this coming Friday. The surprising thing about this announcement is that it comes from Apple, which has until now pretty much ignored the clamor to be the smallest in favor of being the most popular. Yes, this is the all new [URL="http://www.apple.com/ipodshuffle/"]iPod Shuffle[/URL], which as well as laying claim to that smallest ever title is also fighting hard …

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What is the battery life of iPod Touch (3G)? Is proper that when play music on it the battery percentage increases instead of discharge? I don't know if this is a fault or something. Again is it advisible to use insomnia on iPod?

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There is a black spot on the top part of my ipod touch. The day before, I dropped it into water. To try to fix the water damage, I put the ipod into the oven at 170 degrees and left it in there for about 2 hours. After I took it out, the ipod seemed to work fine except the black spots were there. Any slolutions?

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Created app to run checklists for employees and rewards for customers. I am wondering if possible to mount the device for anti-theft reasons. The "iPod Touch Anti-Theft Mount" would be nice. For a retail solution. Looking for something pretty and semi-permanent. I want to be able to remove the device undamaged. Ideas guys?

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Hi, i have an ipod touch 4th generation running IOS 5 and the push notifications dont work. They are all on in settings and still nothing. My ipod is NOT jailbroken and it never will be. Thanks

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[URL="http://apple.com"]Apple's[/URL] suing a number of manufacturers of Apple accessories, saying of their products, "many are of inferior quality and reliability, raising significant concerns over compatibility with and damage to Apple’s products." Apple says the manufacturers are infringing multiple patents and violating the Apple trademark.[ATTACH]16426[/ATTACH]The suit involves companies [URL="http://www.accstation.com/"]Accstation[/URL], [URL="http://www.boxwave.com/?gclid=CPfI8KGOo6MCFQMmawodbyY95Q"]Boxwave Corporation[/URL], [URL="http://crazyondigital.com/"]Crazyondigital[/URL], [URL="http://www.eforcity.com/apple-iphone-accessories.html"]EforCity Corporation[/URL], [URL="http://www.everydaysource.com/"]Everydaysource[/URL], [URL="http://www.itrimming.com/"]Itrimming[/URL], and [URL="http://www.unitedintegral.com/"]United Integral[/URL], but it's possible that it may expand to include as many twenty additional companies. All of the companies are US-based. Apple's royalty from licensed accessories in its [URL="http://developer.apple.com/programs/mfi/"]Made for iPod[/URL] program ranges around 20-25 percent. Developers in the program have access to …

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All the news and social media feeds seem to have overdosed on one story this week: will The Beatles be on iTunes after the big Apple 'Rock and Roll' event today? News at eleven: I don't give a stuff, and here's my top ten reasons why. [LIST=1] [*]Most people would rather have an iPod with a camera than an iPod with The Beatles. [*]Reality check: the only people who are really getting their knickers in a knot over the possibility of Beatles music on iTunes, unfortunately, would be we the media. [*]The Beatles are not, and I'm really sorry to …

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A friend of mine sat on his ipod nano(4 gb silver model) and now it won't turn on.Any help highly appreciated as I am clueless about apple devices.

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]21685[/ATTACH]It doesn't take long to fill up a 16GB or 32GB iPad with stuff, but what do you do when that data storage capacity is reached? Apple has not opted for an upgradeable storage option with the iPad, for reasons which escape me to be honest, so if you find yourself hitting the limits you may think your only option is to discard data or take the plunge and upgrade to the 64GB iPad. The former is far from ideal, the latter far from cheap. However, there is an alternative in the shape of the Kingston Digital Wi-Drive which goes …

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Hi, would anyone be able to point me in the right direction if I want to find a free program to make iPod apps. All help is greatly appreciated, Python01

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Apple and Microsoft have not had a lot of good press lately, but in spite of the issues both companies have faced, their quarterly reports released this week showed two companies that are still extremely profitable. [B]Microsoft Comes Through [/B] In spite of [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story295211.html"]giving up on the Kin[/URL] and a mobile strategy that seemed in shambles, Microsoft rode the wave of its old chestnuts, Windows and Office, to a very profitable quarter. They reported a "record fourth-quarter revenue of $16.04 billion for the quarter ended June 30, 2010, a 22% increase from the same period of the prior year." Not …

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In a press release issued today, a new website and service is introduced that moves us one step closer to human-device equality. Yes, now you can marry your iPhone, iPod or iPad. Although it may seem like an April fools joke, the website [url]www.MarryYouriPhone.com[/url] is actually a clever way to attract new potential subscribers to [URL="http://www.iphonelife.com/"]iPhone Life Magazine[/URL]. I am proud to say that in a brief, albeit glorious ceremony this morning, my iPad and I have tied the proverbial knot:[ATTACH]20361[/ATTACH]Mazel Tov!

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]18554[/ATTACH]Scott Wilson is not a noob when it comes to the worlds of business and industrial design. Many of us use products that were either designed by Scott or him firm MINIMAL (written also as MNML). In fact if you have a new Xbox 360 with Kinect Sensor or any of a handful of recent products from Dell, HP, Microsoft, Motorola or Logitech to name a few, you are likely enjoying the aesthetics, ergonomics and usability provided by Wilson’s influence. Recently Scott Wilson decided to turn to the [URL="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1104350651/tiktok-lunatik-multi-touch-watch-kits"]crowd funding website called Kickstarter[/URL] to raise some funds for his latest …

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I know that many people have programed for the Ipod, and have used a lot of different languages, but I can't figure out how to use python to make apps. I understand that I need an interpreter, but I don't know where to find one. Also, how do I import modules? I want to do this without jail-breaking, hacking, unlocking, or whatever you want to call it. Thanks in advance, lucksoar

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22 Year old, Jon Lech Johansen who previously hacked DVD encryption in his teens has now hacked through the iPod copy protection. This copy protection stops iPod users from playing downloaded music from online music stores other than iTunes. This "copy protection" also stops music that has been bought off iTunes from being played on other devices (apart from the iPod). His company now plan to license the code to businesses who can use it to make Apples downloadable music play on their devices and to allow themselves to sell downloadable music that will play on the ipod. So the …

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Hello I run ubuntu linux and I have just bought a new ipod touch You need itunes to set it up, which is, as usual, only available for Windows and mac (stupid apple for forgetting linux!!!). How can I set up my ipod? Thanks, Calum

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i have manage to use a code from a coder from apple, posted on google code but does not have support any more and i have having a big situacion here i really deen some guide on how git this runing the right way case i promesi i have trie evrething in my power... i have mange to port all that source but when i run it from my Program it will trow this is the line in the code tha breakin out, please Someone....please [COLOR="Red"] Code[/COLOR] [CODE]iPhoneInterface = New iPhone(AddressOf iPhoneConnected_EventHandler, AddressOf iPhoneDisconnected_EventHandler)[/CODE] [COLOR="Red"][COLOR="Red"] Error[/COLOR][/COLOR] [CODE]Error 102 Too many …

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Unless you have been living in a cave you cannot have failed to spot that the iPhone 4 is with us, 'don't hold it like that' antenna problems and all. But what about the iPod Touch 4? Traditionally, the new iPod is launched in September and the new feature set is kept pretty secret. Well, as secret as it can be when you consider that it is inevitably based around the upgraded iPhone handset that has gone a few months before it. But this year, [URL="http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/34180/new-ipod-in-september"]according to UK gadget site Pocket Lint[/URL] at least, the new features cat is out …

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It has been a long time coming, but the e-book reader had finally arrived. Oh, I appreciate that there have been many stabs at e-book hardware including the Nook and the efforts from Sony, not to mention the claims of iPad fans and Apple with that iBooks app and iTunes App Store integration. Oh, and not forgetting Amazon's own previous efforts with Kindles 1 and 2 of course. The trouble is, frankly, none of them have actually done the job well enough for me to take them seriously enough to consider replacing my paper book reading habit. Some have been …

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Apple has had something of an exciting couple of weeks, it has to be said. There was the announcement of the iPhone and the predictable if misplaced media frenzy that accompanied it. Misplaced because, let’s face it, do we really need another smartphone even if it can play music which, in and of itself is not exactly new. Sure, the design looks good as you might expect, but design and practicality are often poles apart and I will reserve judgment on the latter until I have actually lived with the thing for a few weeks myself. Then, before the ink …

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Hey guys, Who's been following the Apple Event today? It's being live-blogged on Engadget FINALLY wireless printing for the iPad, which is practically the only reason I got the iPad in the first place lol. Really been waiting on that one especially. Plus confused about multi-touch on the new super-small iPod Nano devices. It's hard enough to do multitouch on the iPod Touch/iPhone b/c the screen is so small and it's cramped. How could you do multitouch on something so much smaller?? [url]http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/01/live-from-apples-fall-2010-event/?sort=newest&refresh=10[/url]

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It is great! [URL="http://www.pubarticles.com/article-hands-on-new-ipod-nano-6-complete-review-1283395697.html"]http://www.pubarticles.com/article-hands-on-new-ipod-nano-6-complete-review-1283395697.html[/URL]

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Netflix subscribers who also happen to own an iPhone or iPod touch are now able to stream content to their devices over 3G or WiFi, a feature reserved for iPad users until yesterday. [ATTACH=RIGHT]16946[/ATTACH]The app is available for free in the App Store for members, but obviously requires a subscription, starting at $8.99 for mail service with streaming included. Users are technically getting this as a perk, so Netflix isn't expected to support their entire Watch Now catalog. Viewers are limited to films from distributers that have agreed to support mobile devices. Relativity Media is one such studio, and in …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16721[/ATTACH]A rather reputable source has tipped off the Economic Daily News in Taiwan that a 7-inch iPad could be in the works for a holiday release this year. iLounge first reported the tip in early August, albeit with a potential release date in early 2011. The source in question has a fairly positive track record, predicting the iPad well before Apple’s official announcement. Another Taiwanese pub, the Digitimes, also reported last week that manufacturing companies have begun production of the 7-inch iPad model. The report from The Economic Daily News names a couple of specific manufacturers for key components in …

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On Wednesday, Apple [URL="http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/08/25/apple-invites-media-to-september-1-event/"]confirmed[/URL] that it was issuing a special, although mysterious, invitation only event to give a few lucky members of the media a sneak peek at some of the latest Apple releases. The event is scheduled for next Wednesday, September 1st (10 am. PT) and is to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. [ATTACH=right]16911[/ATTACH]The [URL="http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/10/08/25/apple_sends_out_invitations_for_sept_1_special_event.html"]invitations[/URL] included little more than a picture of a guitar featuring the iconic Apple symbol with the location and date information. With such a cryptic event, speculation is, of course running wild, as to what exactly Apple …

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Earlier this morning, Mercury News reported that a midlevel global supply manager at Apple, Paul Shin Devine, has been accused of accepting $1 million in kickbacks from iPod/iPhone accessory developers. He was arrested on charges of wire fraud, and money laundering, resulting in a federal indictment and a private civil suit from Apple related to the kickbacks. [ATTACH=RIGHT]16651[/ATTACH]Devine’s position within Apple meant that he was privy to sensitive trade information, which he would turn around and sell to Asian suppliers like Andrew Ang of Singapore. No specific companies were named, but they are described as suppliers of iPhone and iPod …

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We all knew it was bound to happen. Apple’s journey to world domination was first set into motion with the Mac, then came the iPod with it’s market domination. The launch of the iPhone increased their kingdom exponentially and the iPad has continued the legacy. Details came to light today about Apple’s [URL="http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1141240/000110465910042867/a10-15357_18k.htm"]8-K filing [/URL]with the SEC on August 5th, stating that it had acquired all patents and IP of [URL="http://www.liquidmetal.com/index/"]LiquidMetal Technologies[/URL]. The filing states: [I]“LIQUIDMETAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. FORM 8-K Item 1.01. Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement. On August 5, 2010, Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation (“Liquidmetal”), entered …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16394[/ATTACH]Developers downloading the third beta of [URL="http://developer.apple.com/technologies/iphone/whats-new.html"]Apple's iOS 4.1[/URL], which became available yesterday evening, were disgruntled to find that in this release, Apple's dropped support for both the iPhone 3G and the second generation iPod Touch. The changes were made to Apple's Game Center, a social network centered are iOS games and its accompanying GameKit APIs. The Game Center has been presented as one of the central changes in iOS4 since it was first announced in early April. New GameKit classes will allow developers functionality that includes technology for matching groups of users based on various criteria and in-application voice …

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