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Thursday, March 30, 2006

New iPod Firmware Allows Users To Cap Their iPod's Volume

From Apple's Support Page: "The new 1.1.1 software update for iPod Nano and Fifth Generation iPod provides an easy way for you to set a maximum volume limit to prevent the volume from exceeding a certain level. You can also assign a combination to prevent the setting from being changed which is ideal for parental control." I don't think that very many kids out there will like this, but the majority of parents out there will never find out that his feature exists... unless Apple were to market it.

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