Portable Music Player timeline

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    Portable Music Player

  • Pocket Transistor radio

    Pocket Transistor radio
    the first Portable Music player the pocket Transistor radio
  • Sony Walkman 1st edition

    Sony Walkman 1st edition
    The metal-cased blue-and-silver Walkman TPS-L2, the world's first low-cost portable stereo, went on sale in Japan
  • Walkman WM-D6C Pro

    Walkman WM-D6C Pro
    The highest quality Sony Walkman recording cassette deck was the Walkman Professional.
  • 1st generation IPod

    1st generation IPod
    The First Generation of the ipod was invented
  • 2nd generation IPod

    2nd generation IPod
    Using the same body design, the second generation ipod was created in 2002 with a new hold switch
  • 3rd generation ipod

    3rd generation ipod
    With a new design, the third generation ipod was created on 2003
  • 4th generation ipod

    4th generation ipod
    the fourth-generation iPod replaced the touch wheel from the third generation iPod with the Click Wheel from the iPod Mini, putting the four auxiliary buttons underneath a touch-sensitive scroll wheel,also the 4th generation ipod included the ipod photo in black and white an in color
  • first-generation iPod Nano.

     first-generation iPod Nano.
    The first generation of the iPod Nano was introduced in the end of 2005 as a replacement for the iPod Mini.[1] It uses flash memory for storage.
  • 5th generation IPod

    5th generation IPod
    . It was also known as the iPod Video and it was the first iPod to be able to play videos.
  • 2nd generation Ipod nano

    The second-generation Nano features scratch-resistant, anodized aluminium casing like the earlier Mini's design; the multiple color choices (silver, green, pink, blue, and black) mirror those of the Mini as well.
  • 6th generation IPod

    6th generation IPod
    Featuring slightly thinner bodies, the sixth generation iPod also sported dramatically improved battery life, claiming up to 36 hours of music playback and 6 hours of video playback.
  • 3rd generation IPo Nano

    3rd generation IPo Nano
    featured a 2-inch (51 mm) QVGA (320 x 240) screen and a shorter, wider, heavier design, with new colors. New features included browsing via Cover Flow, a new user interface and video playback.
  • !st Generation IPod Touch

    !st Generation IPod Touch
  • 4th generation IPod Nano

    4th generation IPod Nano
    It returned to the narrow form factor of the 1st and 2nd Generation model, while retaining and rotating the 51 millimetres (2.0 in) screen from the 3rd gen model. It was also thinner than the 1G, 2G and 3G, measuring 90.7 millimetres (3.57 in) tall by 38.7 millimetres (1.52 in) wide by 6.2 millimetres (0.24 in) thick, and weighing 36.8 grams (1.30 oz). It had a curved aluminum shell and glass screen.
  • 2nd generation IPod Touch

    2nd generation IPod Touch
    featured a new tapered chrome back with Nike+ functionality, volume buttons, and built-in speaker added
  • 5th generation IPod Nano

    5th generation IPod Nano
    Polished aluminium case including a larger screen, video camera, FM radio tuner, Recorder and a pedometer. Retains entire color line as fourth generation.
  • 3rd generation IPod touch

    3rd generation IPod touch
    they include Voice Control support, VoiceOver
  • 6th generation IPod Nano

    6th generation IPod Nano
    Multi-touch screen. No click-wheel, camera or video playback. Updated, can now turn off by holding the wake/sleep button. Same price range as the 5th generation, except in Europe, Japan and Australia. Features iOS-like interface design and still contains "shake to shuffle", FM radio, and pedometer.
  • 4th generation IPod touch

    4th generation IPod touch
    It features a front-facing camera for FaceTime, the iPhone 4's Retina display without an IPS screen,support for recording 720p video and 960 x 720 still photos via a back camera, Apple's A4 chip, a built-in microphone, and a 3-axis gyroscope.