Here's to better battery life...iPod software update 2005-06-26 delivers iPod Software 1.2 for iPod with color display, iPod mini Software 1.4 for iPod mini and iPod Software 3.1 for iPod with Click Wheel
* Integration with iTunes 4.9 for downloading and listening to podcasts
Podcast display screen is pretty cool, too. Shows "chapters" markers in the timeline. And the screens shown when using the center click are normal > time scrolling > album cover > (podcast) Description. (No rating podcasts on the iPod, yet).steve_hill4 said:Another minor change I have just noticed, they have changed the order of the displays during playback on the photo/color. Previously it was normal>artwork>time scrolling>rating now they have switched the artwork and time scrolling round. May not mean much, but that is one less click of the centre button every time I want to fast forward to a later part in the track, especially now we have Podcasts.
Yup, I'm still seeing "Feb 2040"... I flushed out all of my photos, copied them back in, and resynched... still "Feb 2040".steve_hill4 said:Really. Mine seems okay now. It says on the few photos I have on there that they were taken in 2003, which is true. Even the months are correct.
MimUK said:Its there with the software update.
On 3G iPods, the Podcasts turn into a playlist under the Playlists menu...so the implementation is there, it seems. Just not as flashy as the fancy click wheel iPodsmkrishnan said:So since there's no mention of pre-clickwheel iPods in the update description, do they support podcasting?
Going from 1.0 to 1.1 didn't change it for me, but when you mentioned your problem, I checked mine and it wasn't displaying any date. Clicked skip forward and it skipped to select the last photo and displayed September 2003, then when scrolling back all the correct months and years were in there. The only other thing I can suggest is a minor difference between Mac and Windoze iPod updaters.clayj said:Yup, I'm still seeing "Feb 2040"... I flushed out all of my photos, copied them back in, and resynched... still "Feb 2040".