iPod shuffle Features Guide 2 Content Chapter 1 3 4 4 5 7 8 10 10 11 14 15 18 21 21 23 23 23 24 24 25 28 30 30 32 33 Basics Overview iPod shuffle iPod shuffle Using iPod shuffle

controls Connecting and disconnecting the iPod shuffle Battery charging status lights and play musi c Charging About How to import iTunes music library How iTunes How to organize y our music upload music on the iPod shuffle Saving How to play music files on the iPod shuffle Using the iPod shuffle as an external disk Headphones Accessories Apple iPod Shuffle Docking iPod shuffle Dock. IPod USB Power Adapter Power Adapt er Accessories Available Tips and Troubleshooting Updating and Restoring iPod sh uffle Software Safety and Handling Important Safety Information Important inform ation about information management, service and support Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 2 1 Basic facts about the iPod shuffle 1 Congratulations on the purchase of an iPod shuffle. Read this chapter to discove r the functions of the iPod shuffle, learn to use their checks and get other inf ormation of interest. To use the iPod shuffle, you must first save your songs and other audio files on your computer and then load into the player. Use the iPod shuffle: by songs so you can listen wherever you go. Â Listen to po dcasts, radio-style broadcasts that are downloaded from Internet. Â Listen to au diobooks purchased from the iTunes Store or audible.com. Â Save files or other d ata (or create backup copies of them) using the iPod shuffle as an external disk . 3 Overview of the iPod shuffle Headphone port status light Play / pause Button to raise the volume

Button Previous / Rewind Forward button Next / Fast To reduce the volume button OFF Power Button Shuffle switch Inferior status light Using the iPod shuffle controls The simple controls allow you to play iPod shuffle songs, audiobooks and podcast s. On or off the iPod shuffle Play Pause playback Adjust the volume, do the followi ng slide the power button (green light indicates that the iPod shuffle is on). P ress the Play / Pause ('). Press the Play / Pause ('). Press the buttons to rais e (∂) or decrease (D) the volume. Adjust the order of playback Slide the Shuffle (to play songs in random order, / to play in sequential order). Skip to the next track to hear a track Go Play th e previous track to the first track Press the fast forward / next ('). Press the Previous / Rewind (]). Press the Previous / Rewind (]) twice. Press the Play / Pause (') three times quickly. Fast forward or rewind button and hold the fast forward / next (') or Previous / Rewind (]). Disable the buttons on the iPod shuffle (so that nothing happens if you accidentally pressed) Press the Play / Pause (') for three seconds (until t he status light blinks orange three times). Repeat to reactivate the buttons (th e status light blinks green three times). 4 Basics Chapter 1 iPod shuffle To Reset iPod shuffle (if the iPod shuffle does not respond) Find the serial num ber of the iPod shuffle Try the following Remove the iPod shuffle Dock. Turn it off, wait five seconds a nd then on again. Look in the notch underneath the clip on the iPod shuffle, or go to iTunes (with iPod shuffle connected to computer), select iPod shuffle in t he Source pane and click the Settings tab. Connecting and disconnecting the iPod shuffle Connect iPod shuffle to your computer to load songs and other audio files, as we ll as to recharge the battery. Disconnect the iPod shuffle once the download is complete. Connecting the iPod shuffle To connect iPod shuffle to your computer: m Connect iPod shuffle dock Dock inclu ding USB port on your computer. Then put iPod shuffle in the Dock. Note: Connect the Dock to a high-power USB port to recharge the battery. It is advisable to c onnect to a USB 2.0 port. Do not use USB ports on the keyboard. The first time you connect iPod shuffle to your computer, the iPod Setup Assista nt helps you configure and synchronize with your iTunes library.€Important: Once synchronized with the iTunes library on a computer, whenever you connect iPod s

huffle to another computer a message appears asking if you want to sync with the iTunes library on your new computer. Click Cancel if you do not want to delete the contents of your iPod shuffle music or click "Transfer Purchases" to preserv e its contents and copy the songs containing the player purchased in the iTunes library on your new computer. For more information, see iTunes Help. Basics Chapter 1 iPod shuffle 5 Disconnecting the iPod shuffle It is important not to disconnect iPod shuffle from your computer while charging or when audio is being used as an external disk. To know when to disconnect the iPod shuffle, look at the top of the iTunes window or check the indicator light on the iPod shuffle. Important: If you see the message "Do not disconnect" on i Tunes or if the status LED blinks orange iPod shuffle, you must eject iPod shuff le before disconnecting it, because otherwise the files contained could be damag ed. If you enable disk use of iPod shuffle (see page 21) must always eject befor e disconnecting. To eject the iPod shuffle: m In iTunes, click the Eject button (C) next to iPod shuffle in the Source pane. If you use a Mac, you can also ejec t iPod shuffle by dragging them to the Trash icon on the iPod shuffle which is l ocated on the desktop. If you use a Windows PC, you can also eject iPod shuffle by clicking on the icon "Safely Remove Hardware" in the Windows system tray and selecting the iPod shuffle. To disconnect the iPod shuffle: m Remove the iPod sh uffle dock. 6 Basics Chapter 1 iPod shuffle Charging the battery The iPod shuffle includes an internal rechargeable battery. For best results, ch arge the battery fully the first time you use the iPod shuffle. The discharged b attery will reach 80% charge in about two hours and fully recharged after about four hours. If you have not used the iPod shuffle for a while, you may need to r echarge the battery. To charge the battery using your computer: m Connect iPod s huffle to a high-power USB port on your computer by docking iPod shuffle Dock in cluded. The computer must be turned on and not be at rest (some models of Macint osh can charge iPod shuffle while in standby). While the battery is charging, th e light of the status light is orange iPod shuffle. When the battery is fully ch arged, the light turns green. Note: If iPod shuffle is used as a disc (see page 21iPod shuffle) or if iTunes is loading songs or adjust it, the status light fla shes orange, which prompts you to eject iPod shuffle before disconnecting . If y ou do not see the status indicator light, it is possible that the iPod shuffle i s not connected to a high-power USB port. Try connecting to another computer's U SB port. Note: You can upload music while recharging the battery. If you want to recharge the iPod shuffle but does not have the computer handy, you can connect to an iPod USB Power Adapter Power Adapter, available at www.apple.com / ca. Basics Chapter 1 iPod shuffle 7 To charge the battery using the iPod USB Power Adapter Power Adapter: 1 Connect the AC adapter plug the power adapter (it may already be connected). 2 Connect t he USB connector of the docking iPod shuffle Dock to the power adapter. 3 Connec t the power adapter into a working electrical outlet. 4 Place the iPod shuffle i n the dock. AC adapter cable plugs the docking iPod shuffle Dock

Power Adapter iPod USB Power Adapter WARNING: Read all safety instructions about using the iPod USB Power Adapter Pow er Adapter on page 31 before using this equipment. You can disconnect and use th e iPod shuffle before the battery is fully charged. Note: Rechargeable batteries can be recharged a limited number of times. The battery life and number of char ge cycles vary by use and settings. For information, visit www.apple.com / batte ries. How to check the battery status When you turn your iPod shuffle or disconnect the computer or power adapter, the status light indicates the approximate charge level of the battery. See the tab le following section.€If iPod shuffle is already on, you can check the battery s tatus without interrupting playback equipment off and back on quickly. Status LEDs The iPod shuffle has two status lights, one on top and one on the bottom that te ll you when a button is pressed, the battery status, if the iPod shuffle is enab led as a disk or if there is a problem . 8 Basics Chapter 1 iPod shuffle On or off Green Orange Red Without good light load level (30% - 100%) low power level (10% - 30%) very low power level (<10%) No load One green and two orange ERROR: alternately software should be restored (10 seco nds) of the iPod shuffle Connected Orange (fixed) Green (fixed) Flashing orange (continuous) Battery fully charged battery charging do not disconnect (iTunes is synchronizing or iPod shuffle is e nabled as a disk) Buttons Green Green (1 minute) Reproduction (') Pause (') Holding the button: A green and three orange buttons off an orange and three gre en buttons Green Without light activated Holding the button: Green Green Three O ranges Holding the button: Holding Green Green button: Green Any Orange Green an d orange button alternatively (2 seconds) Up (∂) or decrease (D) volume volume r eached Upload Limit (∂) or decrease (D) the volume limit volume reached Previous Track (]) Reverse (]) Next track (]) Advance fast (') No action (the buttons ar e disabled) ERROR: No music loaded During playback of the iPod shuffle Blinking red (continuous) Battery almost empty Basics Chapter 1 iPod shuffle 9 2 Loading and playing music 2

The iPod shuffle lets you take your music collection anywhere. Read this chapter to learn how to load music on your iPod shuffle and listen. To use the iPod shuffle, you must import songs, audiobooks and podcasts (audio b roadcasts of radio-style) on your computer and then transfer them to iPod shuffl e. Read on to find out more information about the different steps in this proces s: Transfer music from your CD collection, your hard disk or the iTunes Store (i ncluding iTunes and available only in some countries) to the iTunes application on your computer.  Organize music and other audio files into playlists.  Uploa d songs, audiobooks and podcasts onto iPod shuffle.  Listen to music or other a udio on the go. About iTunes iTunes is the software application used to sync music, audiobooks and podcasts t o iPod shuffle. When connecting the iPod shuffle to your computer, iTunes opens automatically. This guide contains information about how to use iTunes to import songs and other audio content to the computer, how to create personal collectio ns of their favorite songs (playlists), how to upload them to the iPod shuffle a nd how to configure the player settings. iTunes also includes a host of addition al features. For more information, open iTunes and choose Help> iTunes Help. 10 How to import music to iTunes library To listen to music on the iPod shuffle, you must first save it in the iTunes lib rary on your computer. You can import music from your iTunes library in three ways:  purchase music an d audiobooks or download podcasts to the Internet via the iTunes Store.  Import ing songs from audio CDs.  Adding music and audio files you already have stored on your computer. Buy songs and download podcasts from the iTunes Store. If you have Internet access, you can purchase songs, albums, and audiobooks thro ugh the iTunes Store and easily download to your computer. You can also subscrib e to podcasts, a kind of free radio programs and download them. To purchase musi c online through the iTunes Store, you must configure an Apple account in iTunes and once you have, find the songs you want and purchase. If you already have an Apple Account or America Online (AOL, this option is available only in some cou ntries), you can use to enter the iTunes Store and purchase songs. To connect to the iTunes Store: m Open iTunes and then do the following:  If you already hav e an iTunes account, choose Store> Sign.  If that does not have an iTunes accou nt, choose Store> Create Account and follow the instructions on the screen to se t up an Apple account or enter your Apple or AOL account. To search for songs€au diobooks and podcasts: Do a search on the iTunes Store for the album, song or ar tist you are interested. Open iTunes and click iTunes Store in the Source pane.  To browse the iTunes Store, select a genre in the pop-up menu choose gender "a nd click one of the albums or songs that are listed, or click Browse in the iTun es Store main window. Chapter 2 How to load and play music 11  To find podcasts, click the Podcasts link in the main iTunes Store window.  T o search the iTunes Store, type the title of an album or a song or the artist or author that you want to locate in the search field in iTunes Store.  To narrow your search, type something in the search field of iTunes Store, press the Retu rn or Enter key, and then click the options in the search bar. For example, to r estrict the search to titles of songs and albums, click MUSIC.  To search for a combination of elements, click "Start Search" on the iTunes Store window.  To

return to the homepage of the iTunes Store, click the Start button in the upper left corner of the main window of the iTunes Store. To buy a song, album or audi obook: 1 Click iTunes Store in the Source pane and locate the item you want to b uy. If you double click a song or other item, you can hear a piece of it for sur e that this is the item you wish to purchase. ,. 2 Click "Buy Song" "Buy Album" or "Buy the book" The item in question will be downloaded to your computer and t he amount will be charged to the credit card you have specified in the details o f your Apple or AOL account. To download a podcast or subscribe to one: 1 Click iTunes Store in the Source pane. 2 Click the Podcasts link located on the left s ide of the homepage of the iTunes Store. 3 Find the podcast you want to achieve. Â To download a single podcast episode, click the button "Get Episode" button n ext to the episode. Â To subscribe to a podcast, click the Subscribe button next to the image of the podcast. iTunes downloads the most recent episode. As new e pisodes are published, they are automatically downloaded to iTunes when connecte d to the Internet. 12 Chapter 2 How to load and play music How to import music from audio CDs to iTunes To import songs from your CDs to iTunes, follow the instructions you have below. To import music from an audio CD into iTunes: 1 Insert a CD into your computer and open iTunes. If you have Internet access, iTunes will get the titles of the songs on the CD of the Internet (when available) and displayed as a list in the application window. If you have no Internet connection, you can import your CDs and then when connected to the Internet, choose Advanced> Get CD Track Names. iT unes will then get the track names of the imported CDs. If the names of the trac ks on the CD are not available on the Internet, you can enter them manually. See "Entering titles and other information of the tracks" on page 13. Once you have entered this information, you can search for songs by title, artist, album or o ther criteria in iTunes. 2 Click to remove the checkmark from the songs you do n ot want to import from the CD. 3 Click the button "Import CD" in the box at the top of the window. iTunes indicates how long it will take to import each song. B y default, iTunes plays songs as the matter goes. If you are importing a large n umber of songs, you may want to pause playback to speed up the import process. 4 To eject the CD, click the Eject button (C). 5 Repeat these steps for all CDs c ontaining songs you want to import. Entering data and other titles of the songs can manually enter the song titles and other information (eg comments) on songs or other items in the iTunes library. To manually enter the titles of the songs on the CD and other data: 1 Select the first track on the CD and choose File> Ge t Info. 2 Click Info. 3 Enter data for the song. 4 Click Next to enter informati on for the next track. Chapter 2 How to load and play music 13 Adding songs stored on another location on your computer to your iTunes library If you already have stored on your PC digital music files (MP3 files, for exampl e), you can add them to iTunes library easily. To add songs stored on your compu ter to your iTunes library: m Drag the folder or disk containing the audio files to the heading LIBRARY the iTunes Source pane, or choose File> Add to Library " and select the folder or the corresponding disk. If iTunes accepts the format of these files, the songs are automatically added to iTunes library. You can also drag individual songs iTunes files. Note: If you use iTunes for Windows, you can convert digital music files created with unprotected Windows Media Player files in a format compatible with iTunes, like AAC or MP3, which can be very useful i f you have music encoded format WMA. For more information, open iTunes and choos e Help> iTunes Help.

Organizing Your Music iTunes lets you organize your songs and other items into lists, called playlists , in the way you want. For example, you can create playlists with songs you like in the gym or listen to songs for a particular time. You can also create smart playlists will be updated automatically based on rules you specify. By adding to iTunes songs that meet those rules, those songs are automatically added to the Smart Playlist question. With songs from the iTunes library can create as many p laylists as you want. The songs that are added to a list and then deleted, not d eleted from your iTunes library. To create a playlist in iTunes: 1 Click the Add button (∂) or choose File> New Playlist. 2 Assign a name to your playlist. 3 Cl ick Music in the Library list and then drag a song or other item to the playlist . To select multiple songs by holding down the Shift or Command key (x) on a Mac or Shift or Control key on a PC with Windows, while clicking the songs. 14 Chapter 2 How to load and play music To create a smart playlist: m Choose File> New Smart Playlist and define the rul es you want applied to create the list. Loading music on the iPod shuffle After importing the music in iTunes and organize, you can easily charge your iPo d shuffle. To configure how the load music from iTunes to iPod shuffle, you must connect iP od shuffle to your computer, select it in the Source pane and configure the opti ons on the bottom of Contents pane. In the Settings panel there are a number of additional options on how to upload music and use the iPod shuffle. Autofill iPod shuffle iTunes can automatically load a selection of his songs on the iPod shuffle with the click of a button. You can select the origin of songs is the whole library o r a specific playlist and set other options for Autofill. To fill the iPod shuff le music automatically: 1 Connect iPod shuffle to your computer. 2 Select the iP od shuffle in the list of devices in the Source pane. 3 Click the Content tab. 4 Select the playlists you want Autofill to the player in the popup menu. Autofil l with music for the whole library, select Music. 5 Select one of the following options: Choose items randomly: iTunes shuffles songs randomly when charging the iPod shuffle. If this option is not selected, iTunes downloads songs in the ord er they appear in the selected playlist or the library. Chapter 2 How to load and play music 15 Choose more times the highest rated items: iTunes automatically fill your iPod s huffle with songs she likes. Replace all items when using Autofill: iTunes repla ces the songs on the iPod shuffle with the new songs you have selected. If this option is not selected, the songs already loaded on your iPod shuffle and iTunes will not be erased select more songs to fill the available space. 6 Click Autof ill. While performing the downloading of music from iTunes to iPod shuffle, the iTunes status window shows the progress of the operation. Once completed, the fo llowing message in iTunes: "The iPod has been updated."€How to limit autofill to checked items in your iTunes library can set iTunes to autofill is made that on ly the items that are marked in the iTunes library. The items not selected are i gnored. To limit autofill to checked items: 1 Connect iPod shuffle to your compu ter. 2 When iPod shuffle appears in the iTunes window, select it. 3 Click the Se ttings tab. 4 Select "Update only selected songs." 5 Click Apply.

How to upload songs, audiobooks and podcasts manually You can load songs and playlists on the iPod shuffle manually. If you want to lo ad audiobooks and podcasts onto iPod shuffle, you must load it manually. To load a song or other item onto iPod shuffle: 1 Connect iPod shuffle to your computer . 2 In iTunes, select the library or a playlist in the Source pane. 3 Drag a son g or other item onto iPod shuffle in the Source pane. You can also drag entire p laylists to load them onto iPod shuffle. 16 Chapter 2 How to load and play music How to set the order of songs on iPod shuffle Once the songs have already been loaded into the iPod shuffle, you can set the o rder in which they played the same way as with any iTunes playlist. To set the o rder of songs on iPod shuffle: 1 Connect iPod shuffle to your computer. 2 In iTu nes, select iPod shuffle in the Source pane. 3 Click the Content tab. 4 Click th e blank header in the first column to sort the songs by number. 5 Drag the songs until they are in the order you want. How to fit more songs on your iPod shuffle If you have imported into iTunes format songs with higher bit rates, such as AIF F format, you can set iTunes to automatically convert these songs in 128 kbps AA C files when loaded into the iPod shuffle. This conversion does not affect the q uality or the size of the songs on iTunes. Note: The songs in formats not compat ible with the iPod shuffle, as Apple Lossless, must develop if you want to load on iPod shuffle. For more information about the formats compatible with iPod shu ffle, see "If you can not upload songs or other items on the iPod shuffle" on pa ge 27. To convert the songs to a higher bit rate AAC files: 1 Connect iPod shuff le to your computer. 2 In iTunes, select iPod shuffle in the Source pane. 3 Clic k the Settings tab. 4 Select "Convert to AAC 128 kbps songs with a higher bit ra te." 5 Click Apply. How to delete songs and other elements of the iPod shuffle iTunes can replace the contents of the iPod shuffle automatically when you load items using Autofill function. You can also delete items in the iPod shuffle man ually. To automatically replace the contents of the iPod shuffle to use the Auto fill feature: 1 Connect iPod shuffle to your computer. 2 In iTunes, select iPod shuffle in the Source pane. Chapter 2 How to load and play music 17 3 Select the Content tab. 4 Make sure the option "Replace utofill" is selected. To delete a song or other item from t iPod shuffle to your computer. 2 In iTunes, select iPod pane. 3 Select a song or other item onto iPod shuffle and r Backspace key on the keyboard. If you manually delete a m iPod shuffle does not delete the iTunes library. all items when using A iPod shuffle: 1 Connec shuffle in the Source press the Delete key o song or other item fro

Playing Music After loading the iPod shuffle with music and other audio content, you can liste n to them. To listen to songs and other files from iPod shuffle: 1 Connect the h eadphones to the iPod shuffle and wear them. 2 Press the Play / Pause ('). Press the up volume (∂) or decrease the volume (D) to adjust the volume. Try not to u pload too. See "Setting the maximum volume limit" on page 19. WARNING: Read all safety instructions on the prevention of hearing damage on page 31 before using this equipment. You can view a summary of the operation of the iPod shuffle cont

rols in the section "Using the iPod shuffle controls" on page 4. Note: If you ar e listening to an audiobook, move the random play button to the position of repe tition (/) so that the chapters are played in sequential order. Setting the iPod shuffle to play songs in random order or sequential order You can adjust the iPod shuffle to play songs in random order or sequential orde r. To adjust the iPod shuffle to play songs in random order: m Slide the random play button to shuffle the position of the songs (). To rearrange the songs rand omly, press the Play / Pause (') three times quickly. 18 Chapter 2 How to load and play music To set iPod shuffle to play songs in sequence: m Slide the random play button to repeat the position (/). To return to the first song, press the Play / Pause (' ) three times quickly. How to set the songs to be played with the same volume level The volume of songs and other sound files may vary depending on the recording an d audio encoding. iTunes lets you adjust the volume of songs automatically to pl ay at the same relative volume level. You can set the iPod shuffle to use the iT unes volume settings. To play all songs in iTunes with the same relative sound l evel: 1 In iTunes, choose iTunes> Preferences if you are using a Mac, or Edit> P references, if you use a Windows PC. . 2 Click Playback and select "Volume Adjus tment" that the iPod shuffle to use the iTunes volume settings: 1 Connect iPod s huffle to your computer. 2 In iTunes, select iPod shuffle in the Source pane. 3 Click the Settings tab. 4 Select the option "Enable the volume setting." 5 Click Apply. Important: If you have not activated the "Adjusting Volume" on iTunes, s et it will have no effect on the iPod shuffle. Setting the maximum volume limit The iPod shuffle can set a maximum volume limit. You can also set a password in iTunes to prevent other people can change this setting. If you set a volume limi t on iPod shuffle, the status light blinks orange three times if you try to rais e the volume above this limit. To set the maximum volume limit for iPod shuffle: 1 Set iPod shuffle to the desired maximum volume. 2 Connect iPod shuffle to you r computer. 3 In iTunes, select iPod shuffle in the Source pane. 4 Click the Set tings tab. 5 Select "Limit maximum volume." Chapter 2 How to load and play music 19 6 Drag the slider to the desired maximum volume. The default setting shows the v olume controller in which the iPod shuffle was set when you selected the "Limit maximum volume." 7 To require a password to change this setting, click the lock and enter a password. If you set a password, you must enter before changing or r emoving the maximum volume limit. Note: The volume level may vary if using headp hones. To remove the maximum volume limit: 1 Connect iPod shuffle to your comput er. 2 In iTunes, select iPod shuffle in the Source pane. 3 Click the Settings ta b. 4 Deselect the option "Limit maximum volume." Enter the password, if necessar y. Note: If you forget the password, you can restore iPod shuffle software. See "Updating and Restoring iPod shuffle Software" on page 28 for more information. How to disable and enable the buttons on the iPod shuffle You can disable the buttons on the iPod shuffle so that nothing will happen if p ressed accidentally. To disable the buttons on the iPod shuffle: m Press and hol d the Play / Pause (') for three seconds. When the buttons are disabled, the sta tus light turns green and then flashes orange three times. If you press a button

when the buttons are disabled, the status light blink orange once. To reactivat e the buttons: m Hold down the button again Play / Pause (') for three seconds. When the buttons, the status light turns orange and then blinks green three time s. 20 Chapter 2 How to load and play music 3 Saving files on iPod shuffle 3 Use the iPod shuffle to store both data and music. Read this chapter to learn how to use the iPod shuffle as an external drive. Using the iPod shuffle as an external disk You can use the iPod shuffle as an external disk to store data files. Note: To d ownload music on iPod shuffle and other audio files to listen to,€the applicatio n must use iTunes. If you use the Macintosh Finder or Windows Explorer on PC, yo u can not play audio files copied to the iPod shuffle. To enable iPod shuffle as an external disk: 1 Connect iPod shuffle to your computer. 2 In iTunes, select iPod shuffle in the Source pane. 3 Click the Settings tab. 4 In the Options sect ion, select "Enable disk use." Note: You may need to scroll down to see the disk settings. 5 Determine the space reserved for the songs with respect to the data by the regulator. 6 Click Apply. When using the iPod shuffle as an external dis k, the iPod shuffle icon on the desktop of the Mac or the next available drive l etter in Windows Explorer on a PC. How to transfer files between computers If you enable disk use on iPod shuffle, you can transfer files from one computer to another. The iPod shuffle is formatted as FAT-32 volume, a format that is co mpatible with both Macs and PCs. For this reason, you can use the iPod shuffle t o transfer files between computers with different operating systems. 21 To transfer files between computers: 1 After enabling disk use on iPod shuffle, connect it to the computer from which you want to import. Important: When you co nnect iPod shuffle to another computer (or access to another user account on you r computer), a message appears asking if you want to delete the contents and syn c with the new iTunes library. Click Cancel if you do not want to delete the con tents of your iPod shuffle music. 2 From the computer's file system (the Mac Fin der or Windows Explorer on PC), drag the desired files to your iPod shuffle. 3 D isconnect the iPod shuffle, and then connect to another computer. Click Cancel a gain if you do not want to delete the current music content on iPod shuffle. 4 D rag the files from iPod shuffle to a new computer disk. How to prevent iTunes from opening automatically If desired, you can prevent iTunes from opening automatically every time you con nect iPod shuffle to your computer. To prevent iTunes from opening automatically : 1 Connect iPod shuffle to your computer. 2 In iTunes, select iPod shuffle in t he Source pane. 3 Click the Settings tab. 4 In the Options section, uncheck "Ope n iTunes when you connect the iPod." 5 Click Apply. 22 Chapter 3 How to save files to the iPod shuffle

4 IPod shuffle Accessories 4 The iPod shuffle includes headphones and a docking iPod shuffle Dock. Read the following information about your headphones Apple, the iPod shuffle doc k Dock and other accessories available for the iPod shuffle. Apple Headphones The iPod shuffle includes high quality headphones. To use the headset: m Plug th e headphone port. Then, put the headset as shown in the image. The headphone cord is adjustable. WARNING: Read all safety instructions on the prevention of hearing damage on pag e 31 before using this equipment. Docking iPod shuffle Dock. The iPod shuffle includes an iPod docking station shuffle Dock (second generatio n), which lets you connect iPod shuffle to your computer and other USB devices. See "Connecting and disconnecting the iPod shuffle" on page 5. 23 Power Adapter iPod USB Power Adapter The power adapter for iPod USB Power Adapter is an optional accessory that allow s you to recharge your iPod shuffle when there is no computer nearby. Accessories Available To purchase accessories, iPod shuffle, visit www.apple.com / ipodstore. Availabl e accessories include:  iPod In-Ear Earphones Headphones for Apple iPod shuffle connection Base Dock (second generation) iPod Power Adapter USB Power Adapter 24 Chapter 4 of the iPod shuffle Accessories 5 Tips and Troubleshooting 5 Most of the problems that may appear on the iPod shuffle can be solved quickly b y following the recommendations in this chapter. The five "Rs": Reset, Retry, Restart, Reinstall and Restore Remember these five "R's" when you experience a problem with the iPod shuffle. T ry these operations one by one until the problem is. If none of the solutions li sted below not work, read on to find the solution to some specific problems.  R estart your iPod shuffle; for it, turn it off, wait five seconds and then on aga in.  Reinténtelo connecting the iPod shuffle to a USB port if iTunes does not a ppear.€Â Restart your computer and make sure you have the latest software update s.  Reinstall iTunes software (download the latest version online). Restore the iPod shuffle. See "Updating and Restoring iPod shuffle Software" on page 28. If the iPod shuffle will not turn on or respond  If the status light blinks orang e when you press a button, the iPod shuffle buttons are disabled. Press and hold the Play / Pause (') for three seconds until the status light blinks green.  C

onnect iPod shuffle to a high-power USB port on your computer. You may need to r echarge the battery.  Turn off the iPod shuffle, wait five seconds and restart.  You may need to restore iPod shuffle software. See "Updating and Restoring iP od shuffle Software" on page 28. 25 If iPod shuffle is not playing music  Make sure the headphone jack is fully eng aged.  Make sure the volume is adjusted properly. You may have set a volume lim it. See "Setting the maximum volume limit" on page 19.  Maybe the iPod shuffle is paused. Press the Play / Pause (') to check. If you connect the iPod shuffle to your computer, nothing happens:  Connect iPod shuffle to a high-power USB po rt on your computer. You may need to recharge the battery.  Make sure you have installed the latest version of iTunes (download from www.apple.com / ipod / sta rt).  Try connecting to another computer's USB port. Make sure the iPod shuffle is firmly seated in the dock. Check that the USB connector is correctly oriente d, and that can only fit in a particular direction.  You may need to restart th e iPod shuffle. Turn it off, wait five seconds and then on again.  If there is no status light on (or very dim light) and the iPod shuffle does not appear in i Tunes or the Finder, maybe the battery is completely discharged. Charge your iPo d shuffle for a few minutes to see if it is reactivated.  Be sure to use the co mputer and appropriate software. See "To review the system requirements" on page 28.  Try restarting your computer.  If none of the suggestions do not resolve the problem, you probably need to restore iPod software. See "Updating and Rest oring iPod shuffle Software" on page 28.  If restoring iPod shuffle does not so lve the problem, the iPod shuffle may need service. You can apply on the web sit e service and support of the iPod shuffle at www.apple.com / support / ipodshuff le / service. If the loading speed is very slow songs: Connect iPod shuffle to a USB 2.0 port to load music at high speed. USB 2.0 ports loaded songs and data m uch faster than USB 1.1. 26 Chapter 5 Tips and Troubleshooting If you can not upload songs or other items on iPod shuffle: It is possible that the song is encoded in a format not compatible with the iPod shuffle. The iPod s huffle can play the following audio file formats, including formats for audioboo ks and podcasting:  AAC (M4A, M4B, M4P) (up to 320 Kbps)  MP3 (up to 320 Kbps)  MP3 VBR (Variable Bit Rate)   WAV AA (audible.com spoken text, formats 2, 3 and 4)  AIFF A song encoded in Apple Lossless format offers CD quality sound, but takes about half the space as a song encoded AIFF or WAV format. The same so ng encoded in AAC or MP3 format takes up even less space. When you import music from a CD using iTunes, the songs are converted to AAC format by default. The iP od shuffle can automatically convert files encoded with higher bit rates (such a s Apple Lossless) in 128 kbps AAC files when loaded into it. See "How to fit mor e songs on the iPod shuffle" on page 17. If you use iTunes for Windows, you can convert unprotected WMA files to AAC or MP3 format, which can be very useful if you have a large music collection encoded in WMA format. The iPod shuffle does n ot support Apple Lossless audio files, WMA, MPEG Layer 1, MPEG Layer 2 or audibl e.com format 1. If you have a song on iTunes in a format not accepted by the iPo d shuffle, you can convert it to one of the formats compatible with iPod shuffle . For more information, see iTunes Help.€If the chapters in an audiobook reprodu ce wildly:  Make sure that the random play button on the iPod shuffle is in the position of repetition (/) so that the chapters of the audiobook play in order.  If the chapters were added to the iPod shuffle and disorderly, connect to the computer and rearrange the tracks in iTunes. See "How to set the order of the s ongs on the iPod shuffle" on page 17. Chapter 5 Tips and Troubleshooting

27 To review system requirements: To use the iPod shuffle must have: Â One of the f ollowing computer configurations: Â A Macintosh computer with a USB port (USB 2. 0 recommended). Â A Windows PC with an integrated USB port or a USB card install ed (USB 2.0 recommended). Â One of the following operating systems: Mac OS X 10. 3.9 or later, Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 or later or Windows XP Home or Pr ofessional with Service Pack 2 or later. Â Internet access (recommended to have a broadband connection). Â iTunes 7.0.2 or later (available for download at www. apple.com / ipod / start). If your Windows PC does not have any high powered USB port, you can purchase a USB 2.0 card and install it. For more information, vis it www.apple.com / ipodstore. Port USB 2.0 High voltage To use the iPod shuffle to a Mac and a PC with Windows: When you sync your iPod shuffle with a different iTunes library, delete the music you already have store d on the player, regardless of operating system you use. When you connect iPod s huffle to a different computer or access to a different user account, a message appears asking if you want to delete the contents of the iPod shuffle and sync w ith the new iTunes library. However, you can use the iPod shuffle as an external disk on both Macintosh and PC computers, allowing you to transfer files from on e operating system to another. See Chapter 3, "How to save files to the iPod shu ffle" on page 21. , Updating and Restoring iPod shuffle Software You can use iTunes to update or restore iPod shuffle software. It is advisable t o update the iPod shuffle to use the latest version of the software. You can als o restore the software and return with it the iPod shuffle to its original state . Â If you select the upgrade option will update the software without any change in settings or in the songs. Â If you select the restore option will delete all songs and all other data on iPod shuffle. All settings of the iPod shuffle back to their original state. 28 Chapter 5 Tips and Troubleshooting To update or restore iPod shuffle: 1 Make sure an Internet connection and have i nstalled the latest version of iTunes (available at www.apple.com / ipod / start ). 2 Connect iPod shuffle to your computer. 3 Select the iPod shuffle in the iTu nes Source pane and click the Settings tab. The Version section indicates whethe r the iPod shuffle is updated or if you need a new version of software. 4 Do one of the following: Â To install the latest version of the software, click Update . Â To restore the original settings of the iPod shuffle, click Restore (will er ase all data stored on the iPod shuffle). Follow the instructions on screen to c omplete the restoration process. Chapter 5 Tips and Troubleshooting 29 6 Safety and Handling 6 This chapter contains important safety information and handling of iPod shuffle.

± Read all safety information below and operating instructions before using the iP od shuffle to avoid damage. Keep this manual functions of the iPod shuffle for easy reference when needed. Important Safety Information WARNING: Failure to follow these safety instructions could result in fire, elect ric shock or other damage. Management of the iPod shuffle not bend, drop, crush, puncture, incinerate or open the iPod shuffle. Water and Moisture Do not use th e iPod shuffle in the rain or near water or moisture. Try not to spill any food or liquids on the iPod shuffle. If iPod shuffle gets wet, unplug all cables and turn it off before cleaning. Let dry completely before restarting. Repair iPod s huffle Never attempt to repair the iPod shuffle on your own. The iPod shuffle do es not contain parts that the user can repair. For information about technical s upport, select "Help iPod" in the Help menu in iTunes or go to www.apple.com / s upport / ipod / service. The battery of the iPod shuffle can not be changed. For more information on batteries, visit www.apple.com / batteries. 30 Using the iPod USB Power Adapter Power Adapter (available separately) If you use the iPod USB Power Adapter Power Adapter (sold separately at www.apple.com / ip odstore) to charge the iPod shuffle, check that firmly connected before plugging into an electrical outlet. To insert the iPod USB Power Adapter Power Adapter i nto an electrical outlet completely. Do not connect or disconnect with wet hands . Do not use any power adapter other than the iPod USB Power Adapter for Apple t o charge the iPod shuffle. It is normal for the iPod USB Power Adapter Power Ada pter is hot during operation. Always allow adequate ventilation around the iPod USB Power Adapter Power Adapter and place the utmost care when handling. Disconn ect the power adapter iPod USB Power Adapter in these cases:  The power cord or plug is frayed or damaged.  The adapter is exposed to rain or high humidity.  The adapter housing is damaged.  It seems that the adapter needs service.  It has to clean the adapter. Preventing hearing damage with prolonged use headphon es at high volume can cause hearing loss. Adjust the volume to a comfortable lev el. Over time, you can get used to a higher sound volume, which may be normal bu t it can damage your hearing. If you hear ringing or muffled speech, stop listen ing to music with headphones and see it reviewed the hearing. The louder the vol ume, the more likely it is that your hearing is affected in less time. Hearing e xperts suggest that to protect your hearing:  Limit the amount of time using he adphones (any kind) to a high volume  Avoid turning up the volume to hear ambie nt noise, to reduce the volume when no you hear the people speaking with us. For more information about how to set a maximum volume limit on iPod shuffle, see " Setting the maximum volume limit" on page 19. Using headphones safely recommende d not to use headphones while driving a vehicle (in some areas is illegal). Be c areful and attentive while driving. Stop using the iPod shuffle if you deconcent ration or distracting while operating any type of vehicle or performing any othe r activity that requires your full attention. Chapter 6 Safety and Handling 31 Important Handling Information WARNING: Failure to follow these handling instructions could result in damage to the iPod shuffle or other objects. Transportation of the iPod shuffle The iPod shuffle contains sensitive components. Do not bend, drop or press the iPod shuff le. Using connectors and ports Never force a connector into a port. Check for ob

structions on the port. If the connection between the connector and the port is not reasonably easy, probably do not match. Make sure the connector matches the port and that has been placed in the correct position. Do not expose to extreme temperatures iPod shuffle iPod shuffle Use in places where the temperature is al ways between 0 and 35 º C. The iPod play time may be reduced under conditions of low temperatures. Save the iPod shuffle in places where the temperature is alwa ys between -20 and 45 º C. Avoid leaving your iPod shuffle inside a parked car, because you could exceed these temperatures. By using the iPod shuffle or charge the battery, it is normal for the iPod shuffle is hot. The exterior of iPod shu ffle functions as a cooling surface heat transfer inside the unit to cool the ou tside. Clean the outside of the iPod shuffle iPod shuffle To clean, remove it fr om the docking station and turn it off. Then use a soft, slightly damp, lint-fre e cloth. Avoid getting moisture in openings. Do not use window cleaners, househo ld cleaners, aerosol sprays, solvents, alcohol, ammonia or abrasives to clean th e iPod shuffle. Disposal of your iPod shuffle For information on the best way to get rid of the iPod shuffle, as well as important information about existing en vironmental legislation, see "Regulatory Compliance Information" on page 34. 32 Chapter 6 Safety and Handling 7 More information, service and support 7 You can find more information about using the iPod shuffle in the online help an d online. The following table shows where to get service information and software for the iPod. For information about Do the following Service and Support, Forums, go to: www.apple.com / support / ipodshuffle. debat e, lessons for beginners and Apple software downloads Using iTunes Open iTunes a nd choose Help> iTunes Help. To access the tutorial online iTunes (available onl y in some areas), go to www.apple.com / ilife / tutorials / itunes. Go to: www.a pple.com / ipodshuffle. To register the iPod shuffle, iTunes installed on your c omputer and connect the iPod shuffle. Look in the notch underneath the clip on t he iPod shuffle, or go to iTunes (with iPod shuffle connected to computer), sele ct iPod shuffle in the Source pane and click the Settings tab. First consult the information in this manual, online help and resources of the Internet, and then go to: www.apple.com / support / ipodshuffle / service. Latest news on the iPod shuffle iPod shuffle How to register How to find the ser ial number of your iPod shuffle Obtaining Warranty Service 33 Regulatory Compliance Information FCC Compliance Statement This complicated device with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to t he Following two conditions: (1) This device May Not cause Harmful Interference, and (2) this device must accept Any Interference received, Including Interferen ce That May cause undesireable operation. See Instructions if Interference to ra dio or television reception is Suspected. IF NECESSARY, consult an Apple-Authori zed Service Provider or Apple. See the service and support information That Came with your Apple product. Or, consult an Experienced radio / television technici an for Additional suggestions. Important: Changes or modifications to this produ

ct by Apple Inc. Not Authorized Could void the EMC compliance and negated your p roduct the Authority to Operate. Was this product tested for EMC compliance unde r Conditions That included the use of Apple peripheral devices and Apple shielde d cables and connectors between' system components. It is important That you use Apple peripheral devices and shielded cables and connectors between' system com ponents to reduce the Possibility of Causing Interference to radios, television sets, and Other electronic devices. You Can Obtain Apple peripheral devices and the proper shielded cables and connectors-through an Apple Authorized Reseller. For non-Apple peripheral devices, contact the manufacturer or dealer for Assista nce. Responsible party (contact for FCC Matters only): Apple Inc. Product Compli ance, 1 Infinite Loop M / S 26-A, Cupertino, CA 95014-2084, 408-974-2000. Radio and Television Interference This computer equipment generate, uses, and dog radiate radio-frequency energy. If it is not installed and Used Properly-that is, in strict accordance "with App le's Instructions" May it cause Interference with radio and television reception . This equipment has-been tested and found to Comply with the limits for a Class B digital device in accordance "with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC rules . These specifications are Designed to Provide Such reasonable Protection agains t Interference in a residential installation. However, There is no guarantee Tha t Will Not OCCUR Interference in a particular installation. Whether you-can dete rmine your computer system is Causing Interference by turning it off. If the Int erference stops, It Was Probably Caused by the computer or one of the peripheral devices. If your computer system does cause Interference to radio or television reception, try to correct the Interference by using one or more of the Followin g measures:  Turn the television or radio antenna Interference Until the stops.  Move the computer to one side or the Other of the television or radio.  Move the computer farther away from the television or radio.  Plug the computer Int o That is an outlet on a circuit Different from the television or radio. (That i s, make Un certain the computer and the television or radio are on circuits cont rolled by circuit breakers or fuses Different.) Industry Canada Statement This Class B device meets all Requirements of the Canadian Interference-causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique of the classe B relative toutes le s exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada. VCCI Class B Statement Korea Class B Statement 34 Russia European Union. Information on the disposal of waste: European Community Complies with European Directives 2006/95/EEC and 89/336/EEC. Information on Disposal and Recycling The iPod has a battery. Get rid of the iPod using environmental regulations of t heir country. For information about Apple's recycling program,€go to: www.apple. com / environment Deutschland: Dieses Gerät enthält Batterien. Bitte nicht in de n Hausmüll werfen. Entsorga Geräte Sie am Ende dieses entsprechend der seine Leb enszyklus maßgeblichen Gesetzliche Regelungen. China: This symbol indicates that, according to local regulations, you must remove your product from the rest of your household waste. When the product is no longer us eful, take it to one of the collection points designated by local authorities. I

n some parts of recycling, the supply of products for disposal free of charge. T he delivery and recycling of this product separately helps to preserve natural r esources and ensure that recycles the most appropriate way to protect human heal th and the environment. Apple and the environment At Apple, we recognize our responsibility to minimize the environmental impact o f our operations and our products. For more information go to: www.apple.com / e nvironment © 2007 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple logo Apple, FireWire, iPod, iTunes, Mac, Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Finder and Shuffle are tradem arks of Apple Inc. Apple Store is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in th e U.S. and other countries. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective companies. The mention of third-party products is exclusively for informational purposes and does not constitute any guarantee or recommendati on. Apple not responsible for the proper operation and performance of such produ cts. All agreements or assurances, if any, are established between suppliers and potential users. They have made every effort to ensure that the information con tained in this manual is accurate. Apple rejects any responsibility for any prin ting or typographical errors. E019-0906/2-2007 Nederlands: batterijen gebruikt kunnen worden bij ingeleverd of in een speciale chemokar of klein voor chemische batterijcontainer afval (kca) worden gedeponeer d. Taiwan: 35