Is an iPod may be on your shopping list for this holiday season, or perhaps on the wish list you’re submitting to Santa? As part of my series on iPods, this article will tell you some things about iTunes. I’ll explain about setting up playlists, using the Jukebox, getting music from your CDs into iTunes, making iTunes accessible if you need those features, and using the iTunes store.
One thing this article won’t cover is how to work with iTunes when you have more than one iPod in the family. That topic will get a separate post of its own later in the series. Other topics coming later include using an iPod in your car, iPod accessories, and finding free music for your iPod.
If you’re still trying to make a decision about which iPod to buy, see Planning Ahead for Christmas: Which iPod is Right for You?
You can use all the iTunes features even if you don’t own an iPod. But if you have an iPod, you must use iTunes as the bridge between the iPod and your Library on the computer. If you don’t already have it, the first step is to get iTunes. You can download it free from Apple.com for either a PC or a Mac.
Read the full post at BlogHer. This is the second article in my iPod series at BlogHer.