iPod nano usb requirements
On the features page of the new iPod nano it says under system requirements:
Macintosh computer with USB port (USB 2.0 recommended)
In the iPod nano section of the applestore is says under system
A Mac with built-in USB 2.0
The first suggests it works with USB 1.1 but there are some advantages
to using USB 2.0.
The second suggests I definitely need USB 2.0 built in. Suggesting a USB
card won't do.
Can anybody clear this up for me? Do I really need USB 2.0, and if so
does it have to be built-in? Or does USB 2.0 only have some advantages,
and if so, what advantages?
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