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iPod and iTunes Timeline

  • Jukebox Software

    iTunes introduces a new software that is called the "Jukebox Software"- which helped load your music from a CD into your computer.
  • First iPod

    First iPod
    Apple releases a new iPod, or "1,000 songs in your pocket."
  • 2nd Generation iPod

    2nd Generation iPod
    The second generation iPod is released, holding up to 4,000 songs and comes with Windows.
    600,000 of them were sold by the end of the year.
  • iTunes is born

    iTunes is born
    Apple launches the iTunes Music Store with 200,000 songs at 99¢ each, along with the new third-generation iPod that is thinner and lighter than two CDs and holds 7,500 songs iTunes sells one million songs in its first week
  • Lucky 1,000,000

    Lucky 1,000,000
    The millionth iPod is sold.
  • Songs, songs, and more songs

    Songs, songs, and more songs
    iTunes downloads 10,000,000 top songs.
  • iPod Mini

    iPod Mini
    Apple introduces iPod Mini.
  • International Music Store

    International Music Store
    iTunes becomes an international music store, launching in the UK, France, and Germany
  • Car + iPods=Happiness

    Car + iPods=Happiness
    BMW Drivers get the first car audio system with iPod recognition.
  • Nike + iPod=Greatness

    Nike + iPod=Greatness
    Nike and iPod are combined into a shoe to track the wearer's work out on their iPod
  • Movies Full-Time

    iTunes starts selling full-length movies.
  • iPod Nano

    iPod Nano
    Apple announces the new iPod nano (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition to benefit The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Number of iPods sold through 2006: 88 million
  • iPhone

    iPhone 4sThe first ever iPhone is released. Latest one was released on October 15, 2011.
  • Wal-Mart VS. iTunes

    Wal-Mart VS. iTunes
    iTunes vs. WalmartiTunes Store passes Wal-Mart to become America's #1 music retailer.
  • App Store

    The App Store debuts as iPhone 3G goes on sale iPhone and iPod touch users download 10 million apps in the App Store's first weekend.
  • RIP Steve Jobs

    RIP Steve Jobs
    Steve JobsSadly, the founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, passes away.