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    Question which iPod should I get?
    I got some holiday bonuses and in a moment of (well deserved) selfishness decided to buy myself an iPod because I can connect via usb to my car and listen to iTines from my iPad but that is a bit bulky. When i play games and music on my phone, it drains the battery life like mad.
    Now i am torn between tha iPod touch 4th or 5th gen. I would get a 32 gig . Anybody go from the the Nano or 4th gen touch to the 5th gen and have any feedback?
    Thanks and happy holidays

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    If it truly is just for music then why not the Nano and enjoy many days of music on one charge.

    DavidH

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    That is the plans I started out with then thought of playing games on it, then I would need a touch- but I think I may go with a nano. We are going to one of the few shopping malls open 12/25 ( in atlantic city,nj ) The Apple store is open too- Do you know if it is possible to connect between an iPad and iPod ( with the 30 pin adaptor) or do I have to transfer pictures and iTunes via the computer only. ?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwhygienist View Post
    Do you know if it is possible to connect between an iPad and iPod ( with the 30 pin adaptor) or do I have to transfer pictures and iTunes via the computer only. ?
    thanks
    You can only connect and transfer via iTunes.
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    Well, i went with the iPod touch 5 32g- I just knew I would have buyer's remorse and had the $$ to go big

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    I bought for my wife, who is also a Dental Hygienist, a new iPod nano for Christmas. It's primarily for listening to music. Seems handy, small and light. It holds 16 GB.

    Enjoy the new iPod touch.

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