Apple Ipod Events

  • First Ipod

    First Ipod
    The original Apple iPod with a Scroll Wheel Cleared the way in the portable MP3 player market by combining a hard drive, a mechanical Scroll Wheel controller (unlike the later touch sensitive scroll wheels) for easy use, with four auxilary (pause, play, fast forward, etc.) a simple operating system designed for mobile devices (originally based on Pixo OS 2.1), and Mac software aka Tunes (originally based on SoundJam) that made it easy to manage one's music library between the Mac and the iPod.
  • Ipod Shuffle 1st gen

    Ipod Shuffle 1st gen
    The iPod Shuffle is a digital audio player designed and marketed by Apple. It is the smallest model in Apple's iPod family, and was the first to use flash memory. Released on January 11, 2005, the first-generation iPod Shuffle weighed 0.78 ounces. It was designed to be easily loaded with a selection of songs and to play them in random order. The Shuffle can hold up to 240 songs. It also at the time only came in one color (white).
  • Fourth Generation Ipod Classic

    Fourth Generation Ipod Classic
    The fourth-generation iPod classic replaced the touch wheel from the third generation with the Click Wheel from the iPod mini, putting the four auxiliary buttons underneath a touch-sensitive scroll wheel. The casing was also slightly slimmer.
  • Ipod Nano

    Ipod Nano
    Work on the design of the iPod nano started only nine months before its launch date. Apple released some accessories,
    including armbands and silicone tubes designed to bring color to the nano and protect it from scratches, as well as a combin
  • Second Generation Shuffle

    Second Generation Shuffle
    On September 12, 2006, Apple announced the release of the second generation iPod Shuffle, calling it "the most wearable iPod ever".
  • 3rd Generation Nano

    3rd Generation Nano
    Browsing via Cover Flow, a new user interface, video playback, and support for new iPod Games. Users must repurchase games bought before a month prior to the debut of the new iPod as they are not supported.The third generation nano features a 2-inch QVGA (320×240) screen and a shorter, wider, heavier design, with new colors. New features include.
  • Ipod Touch

    Ipod Touch
    The first generation iPod Touch was introduced in 2007, at an apple promo event called “The Beat Goes On”. This was the first iPod with Wireless Internet and a Touch Screen. It has a web browser called “Safari”, (but you can download other browsers off of the applications store), and wireless access to the iTunes Store and YouTube, from your iPod device. 32 GB and 16 GB versions were added later for more memory. iPhone OS 2.0 and app Store access require an upgrade fee. iOS 4.0 and later updates
  • Fifth gen classic

    Fifth gen classic
    The fifth generation ipod shuffle a 2.5” 320x240 QVGA screen and a quicker click wheel and was over all faster than the other shuffles.
    This ipod was a special edition because it could of cam in the classic color white or the special edition color black.
  • Ipod Nano 5th gen

    Ipod Nano 5th gen
    The fifth ipod nano had a slightly larger screen from the other ipod nanos and came in nine different colors and with a built in FM radio and also a built in pedometer for Nike+ipod
  • 6th Gen Nano

    6th Gen Nano
    The Sixth Generation Nano has a multi touch screen with camera and video playback. It has the 1.1 OS update. It also has a FM radio, also the colors are Silver, Graphite, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, (Product) Red Special Edition. It has 64 MIB system, with either 8 gigabytes or 16 gigabytes. It has no click wheel. Its manufacturer is Foxconn, and it has a lithium ion battery. Its is also the second to newest nano.
  • 4th Gen Ipod Touch

    4th Gen Ipod Touch
    The fourth generation Ipod touch is physically the same as the older ones but it has the newest updates and apps. It also has a new color which is white. Pros: iMessage allows for virtual texting between iOS devices over Wi-Fi. iCloud syncs content between devices wirelessly. Still a top-notch music player. Retina display makes text and images look incredibly sharp. Shoots HD video, takes photos. FaceTime video chat is solid. GameCenter allows social gaming with other iOS devices.
    Cons: Quite ex