Charging the iPhone or iPod Touch


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Charging the iPhone or iPod Touch

The iPhone and iPod Touch both have large internal batteries that cannot be removed. This means that unlike with other mobile phones, you can't have a spare battery charging on the side to swap in when the one in your phone or iPod becomes depleted. So, managing battery life is an especially important part of owning iPhone or iPod Touch. In the chapter on troubleshooting, I'll cover several techniques on extending the charge of your battery, but here I just want to make sure you understand the options for charging your iPhone or iPod Touch. The iPhone comes with a USB cable for connecting to your computer, as well as a power adapter for charging your phone from a regular wall outlet.

If you have an older iPhone, you might have a slightly larger power adapter. The iPod Touch does not come with this power adapter, so initially you can only charge it by plugging it into your computer. But you can purchase one of these adapters from Apple, or something similar from a third-party vend...

Charging the iPhone or iPod Touch
Video duration: 3m 11s 7h 7m Beginner Updated Aug 20, 2010

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Charging the iPhone or iPod Touch provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iPhone and iPod touch iOS 4 Essential Training

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Business
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iPhone
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