You can use timer to turn off your iPod and / or your iPhone

IPod off timer

There are many people who have become used to sleeping listening to the radio, perhaps the voice of their favorite announcer or music relax them, I count myself among those people.

If you have a iPod you probably don't use the radio, maybe a podcast or maybe music own of your playlists, one way or another, a strong word or a high note from the song turn, they wake you up startled and can ruin your placid dream, well, today we tell you that you will no longer go through these scares, because the iPod and iPhone come equipped with a timer that allows you to program the time of its shutdown, in this way, you will not wake up startled and at the same time you will have enough battery for the next day.

Although good, another thing to think about is that if you sleep with auriculares It is possible that a jerk will wake you up, if you are much less likely to lose your sleep because of that.In any case, the ideal is to program it to turn off at a certain time, to achieve it, go to Extras> Alarm> Sleep timer, and set there the time you want it to turn off (which ranges from 15 minutes to two hours).

When choosing the sleep timer, you will see a clock icon on the screen and the minutes remaining before turning off the iPod will appear at the top of the screen. In the case of iPod Nano and XNUMXth generation iPod (with video) they can use the sleep timer with one watch at a time.

To program the iPod Touch and iPhone, starts in Clock> timer> Put iPod to sleep.

Via | Ipodized


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  1.   Luis said

    I would like to know if once you have started to listen to a song on the iPhone 3g, it can be stopped and how or only it is possible to put it on pause.