Here are some useful tips when using iPod on the iPad:
- Set your EQ
Be sure to set the EQ, which makes the sound quality much more listenable. Go to Settings, then iPod, then EQ. Select the style of music you listen to most often.
- Save space for more music
When you connect your iPad to iTunes, there's an option under summary that, when enabled, will automatically convert all songs to 128 kbps AAC, which will save space on the device.
- Use headphones or connect to a stereo
The iPad has great audio quality. The speaker is not exactly robust, but you can connect the iPad to a stereo using a 3.5mm mini-to-mini cable.
- Access the iPod
Like the iPhone, you can access an iPod pop-up by double-pressing on the Home button.
- Create playlists
You can create playlists on the iPad itself in its iPad app. Just tap on the + button at the bottom left of the screen and give your new playlists a name. You then add songs by simply clicking on them in your music library. You can't remove songs here, instead you have to tap Done, then you get the option of removing songs.