Do you need a contract to have an iPod five?
You do not need a contract for an iPhone five. You can purchase the phone off contract at the full retail cost. The phone is available at the Apple store as well as other big box retail stores.
No, you do not need a contract for a new iPod Touch. The contract that you see for the iPhone (the iPod Touch with the phone, as some people cal it) on those Apple commercials is for the AT&T carrier that is exclusive to the iPhone. You have to have a two-year contract from AT&T if you want the phone service on any new iPhone. This contract does not apply to the iPod Touch because…
iPod touches do not normally need a contract, as they are not bought through a phone company and do not need network coverage ('signal'). You may be able to purchase one on a 'buy now, pay later' basis, where you could pay off a small amount of the cost every month, similar to the way a contract work.
You don't have to have a contract to message on your iPod touch because iTouches do not support SIM cards. However, you do need an internet access hub (or internet router) to access the internet so that you can use the iPod messaging service. iTouches do not support 3G etc. so you cannot message on the go unless you have a mobile phone that can open up its own internet access point using 3G.
Jailbreaking an ipod is a violation of the contract you have with your provider. While not illegal, it is still a violation of that contract, and could subject you to civil prosecution under that contract. It can also damage your ipod, and invalidate its warranty. Implicit, also, is the sense that jailbreaking would allow you to potentially download things that you are not allowed to download, such as copyrighted materials, without paying for them, which…
Does someone have any legal rights to kick you out if you have been paying the payments on time and for almost a year if you are buying the place and have a signed contract?
You need to consult with an attorney who can review the terms of the contract. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the terms of the contract. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the terms of the contract. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the terms of the contract.
Yes you can, only if the iPod does not have an existing password. First step, click the "Settings" app. Next step, select "General." After that, select "Passcode Lock." You will then be able to set up a password. If the iPod already has an existing password, then you will need to reset the iPod, which will erase all Music/Videos/Pictures.