Next, update the radio again, this time using a USB flash drive.
It requires a USB 2.0 flash drive with a minimum capacity of 4 GB.
Cook revealed the information after an audience member lamented the fact that he could no longer buy a 160GB i Pod classic.
You're certainly not alone, audience man: It appears people are willing to shell out a little extra money to get their hands on the now-outdated devices.
i OS is obviously going in the direction of not needing i Tunes at all, but in the meantime you still need to sync an i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch to copy over music libraries, videos, media, perform local backups, apps, and more.
Typically i Tunes will sync with an i OS device without incident, but sometimes things go awry, and i Tunes just won’t sync at all.
If you find yourself in that frustrating situation, here is what you can do to fix it and get the i Phone, i Pod, or i Pad syncing with i Tunes on a Mac or PC again.
We’re going to cover a variety of troubleshooting tricks to fix the syncing problem here, try each in descending order until the problem is resolved.
Do note this guide is aimed at resolving actual syncing problems (ie: the transfer of data between i Tunes and the computer), not at problems with detecting the devices themselves.
If i Tunes won’t even find an i OS device, refer to this guide to resolve detection related problems.
Owners are instructed to make an appointment at the dealership if they are interested in using the new features and apps.
Dealerships also should plan to update vehicles currently in inventory during the PDI process so new owners have the latest software when they take delivery.
"We couldn't get the parts anymore, not anywhere on Earth," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview at the WSJ. "It wasn't a matter of me swinging the ax, saying 'What can I kill today?