The iPod is a portable music player made by Apple. As
of early 2011, Apple sells four models: iPod shuffle, iPod classic, iPod nano
and iPod touch.
If your iPod experiences a problem such as not
responding or freezing, you can reset it to see if that takes care of the
problem. IPod Shuffle
The iPod shuffle is the smallest iPod model, with 2GB of
It has no screen and attaches to your clothing with a clip,
making it well suited for exercising while listening to music.
When it doesn't respond, or if the status light is solid
red, you can reset it.
Slide the three-way switch left toward the word
"Off," covering the green bar. Wait 10 seconds, and then slide the
switch back to reveal the green bar to turn it back on.
The iPod classic has a 160GB hard drive for storing music,
videos and pictures.
If it experiences a problem, you can easily reset it.
Slide the "Hold" switch to the "Hold"
position and then slide it back.
Press "Menu" and the center button simultaneously
on the click wheel and hold them for about six seconds, until Apple's logo
appears on the screen.
Apple's iPod nano has a touch-screen display and comes with
8GB or 16GB of storage, depending on the configuration.
It has a pedometer and an FM radio.
If the iPod nano doesn't respond, reset it.
Press the "Sleep/Wake" button and the "Volume
Down" button simultaneously and hold them until the screen gets dark, and
then wait a few more seconds until the Apple logo appears on the screen,
followed by the home screen.
The iPod touch has a touch-screen display, two cameras for
shooting pictures and movies, and Wi-Fi for accessing the Internet. Its
capacity ranges from 8GB to 64GB, depending on the configuration.
You can use the iPod touch to send email and make video
calls, as well as play games and run applications. If the iPod touch freezes or
otherwise isn't working, you can get it running again after resetting it.
Press the "On/Off-Sleep/Wake" button and the
"Home" button simultaneously for at least 10 seconds, until Apple's
logo appears on the screen.
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