The user manual for the latest version of the iPod Touch includes information regarding the accessories, status icons and the functions of buttons on the device, as of 2015. It also provides information about the basic use, including app management and transferring files via iTunes, as well as customizing folder layout, wallpapers and brightness. The user manual is available online within the Support section at Apple.com, and it organizes information into separate categories, including Basics, Accessibility and Safety, among others.
The first section of the user manual features the overview of the iPod Touch, showing images of the device from the front and back, and using arrows to denote what the individual elements are. This section also covers hand gestures necessary to navigate the operating system and use apps, and it includes information about the Apple EarPods and the Lightning to USB Cable used to synchronize or charge the device.
The Get Started section explains how to set up the device, how to configure the Wi-Fi network to connect to the Internet, and how to use the iCloud service to synchronize and access content from multiple Apple devices. Additionally, it explains the process of setting up mail, contacts and calendar accounts, and it shows users how to use the Tips app. The rest of the user manual covers information regarding specific apps, such as Mail, Camera and Maps, and it explains how to handle the device safely and how to reset it if something goes awry.