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In my case, I've added an audiobook to my iTunes to listen to on my iPhone while I'm out of the house and want to, but can't, read my book. (I get carsick while reading, etc.) However, it's 20 discs long and averages 20 tracks per disc. I want to keep it in my iTunes because I spent quite a bit of time adding all of these discs and adding information, but I ...


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I suggest deleting that Shared Photo Stream and starting afresh with a new invite to your friend. Perhaps you mistyped the email address of your friend?


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I would be happy to provide current photos of the Ferrari Red MacBook Pro. Even years later, I think you will be impressed with the quality of finish. John


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I know the above question was posted some time ago, but perhaps others have thought about ordering a customized Apple product from Colorware. I purchased my Macbook Pro in 2010 in the Apple Retail Store located in Greensboro, NC. 2 weeks later, I shipped my Macbook Pro to ColorwarePC. My color choice was Ferrari Red, with trackpad and hinge in Smoke ...


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The first answer answers the question you had about the song capacity of a 1st generation iPod, but I thought I'd offer some additional info as I think the capacity is only part of the answer to your problem. Purchasing more songs and syncing them to your iPod would not normally remove the original songs. Syncing can be a little confusing at times, so it's ...


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Here you can see the capacity in GB and how many songs are estimated for the original iPod. See linked source below for other models. * Apple estimated the song capacity of the first and second generation iPod using the 160-Kbps MP3 format. These files are larger than the 128-Kbps AAC format used to estimate the capacity of subsequent iPod ...


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You can't update to iOS 9. According to Apple, it's only compatible with iPod 5th & 6th generation. Apple stops signing (authorizing) previous iOS versions shortly after the new ones come out. Because of that, you can't update to iOS 7 or 8 because they're no longer available from Apple. You might be able to bypass this restriction by jailbreaking ...


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The warranty doesn't cover damage caused by (d) to damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, fire, earthquake or other external cause so it's really a matter of how much nicotine, tar and smoke gets ingested into the product. I have seen iMacs brought in for repair that were stained the color of a cigar and there were inches of dust and residue coating the ...



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