Which iPod has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth?

Both iPod nano and iPod touch have built-in Bluetooth. And Bluetooth is a type of “wireless.” WiFi is also a type of wireless. iPod touch has WiFi; iPod nano does not.

Can an iPod be used without Wi-Fi?

A: The iPod touch can be used without an Internet connection on the computer you’re connecting it to, although you will need to have iTunes installed on that computer if it’s not already there.

Why does my iPod say no Wi-Fi?

The first troubleshooting step is to power off Wi-Fi on your iPod Touch and then power it on again. Tap “Settings” then “Wi-Fi.” Slide the On/Off button to “Off.” Wait a few seconds, then slide the switch to “On.” Next you should reconnect your iPod Touch to your Wi-Fi network and test your connection to the Internet.

What iPod does not have Bluetooth?

Thanks for using Apple Support Communities. The iPod nano (7th generation) and iPod touch have Bluetooth. The shuffle and classic do not.

Can I make iPod classic Bluetooth?

Apple hasn’t updated its iPod classic for about five years. It still features the old 30-pin connector that was long-ago replaced on all of Apple’s other mobile devices. And crucially it doesn’t natively support Bluetooth.

Which iPod is Bluetooth compatible?

However, most notably, the iPod nano 7th Gen adds H. 264 video playback support (720×576) and Bluetooth 4.0 for use with Bluetooth-enabled headphones, speakers, and compatible car stereos.

Can you get data on an iPod?

The iPod Touch doesn’t support a data connection. Unlike the iPhone and some iPads, which are configured to work on mobile data networks, the iPod can only connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi. This means that you can’t add iPod Touch connectivity to your mobile plan.

Why won’t my old iPod connect to Wi-Fi?

Still can’t connect? Reset your Network Settings. Tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This also resets Wi-Fi networks and passwords, cellular settings, and VPN and APN settings that you’ve used before.

Can you add Bluetooth to an iPod?

On iPod touch, go to Settings > Bluetooth, turn on Bluetooth, then tap the name of the device.

Is there an iPod that has Bluetooth / WiRel?

Both iPod nano and iPod touch have built-in Bluetooth. And Bluetooth is a type of “wireless.” WiFi is also a type of wireless. iPod touch has WiFi; iPod nano does not. Having WiFi is not that useful for running (during the run).

What should I do if my iPod Touch wont connect to my WiFi?

When you decide to reset network settings, cellular settings, APN and VPN settings, Bluetooth pairing records, Wi-Fi networks, saved passwords, etc. will reset as well, but since this step can fix the issue, you should definitely try it out. Follow these few steps: Choose Reset Network Settings.

Is there an iPod Touch that has WiFi?

iPod touch has WiFi; iPod nano does not. Having WiFi is not that useful for running (during the run). The other type of “wireless” is cellular , which (along with a wireless data service) is needed for GPS.

Do you need wifi on an iPod Nano?

WiFi is also a type of wireless. iPod touch has WiFi; iPod nano does not. Having WiFi is not that useful for running (during the run). The other type of “wireless” is cellular, which (along with a wireless data service) is needed for GPS.