A) Stop it already with the huge ugly font. We are not blind, and those of us who may be can enlarge the screen or use a screen reader just fine.
B) Learn to use Google: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH12313
Yes, it is. Apple intentionally hides and obfuscates the file and directory names on the iPod to make it difficult to download music from an iPhone to a Mac iTunes in usable form (going the other way)
Try these steps:
On the new Mac launch iTunes.
From the iTunes menu bar click Store > Authorize This Computer
For your iTunes purchases ...
Connect the iPhone.
From the menu bar again, click File > Transfer Purchases From ..
For non iTunes purchases you may need a utility.
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