Apple doesn't release updates to the operating system that powers the i Pod as often as it does for the i Phone.That makes sense; fewer i Pods are sold these days and new models come out less frequently, so there are fewer changes to make.This article tells you how to update the operating system on any version of the following i Pod models: NOTE: A version of these instructions would apply to the i Pod mini, too, but since that device is so old that likely almost no one is using it, I'm not accounting for it here RELATED: Learn how to update the operating system on an i Pod touch In some (not very common) cases, you may need to restore your i Pod to factory settings before you can update its software.
If syncing now works but no content, music, apps, or movies is moving over to the i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod, check the following: These content and media transfer issues are often just a misunderstanding of how those preferences work.
Apple's i Pod touch is a popular small business alternative to the i Phone or i Pad, as it can run virtually all the same productivity apps and utilities as its higher-priced siblings and is also capable of hosting Face Time video calls.
Occasionally, an i Pod touch may freeze or become completely unresponsive as the result of an app conflict or software glitch.
This article will show you how to disable automatic downloads on an i Phone, i Pad or i Pod running i OS.
It will also show you how to disable a feature called Wi-Fi Assist which is enabled in the default settings as of i OS 9.
Do note this guide is aimed at resolving actual syncing problems (ie: the transfer of data between i Tunes and the computer), not at problems with detecting the devices themselves.