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The Free iPod Book 3.0 by Jeremy Horwitz

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The Free iPod Book 3.0
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Number of pages: 230

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The All Things iPod Guide: Prepare to be amazed by your iPod all over again. As you read through the 15 sections of our latest iPod tutorial and accessories guide, you’ll find tips on customizing, buying, selling, and repairing iPods, our top accessory recommendations, and ways to create and acquire great iPod video, music, and gaming content.

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