Various Methods Of Ipo

Various methods of ipo

The AppleiPod line has been upgraded many times, and each significant revision is called a "generation". Only the most recent generation of the iPod Touch line is available from Apple. Each new generation usually had more features and refinements while typically being physically smaller and lighter than its predecessor, while usually (but not always) retaining the older model's price tag.

Notable changes included the touch-sensitive click wheel replacing the mechanical scroll wheel, use of color displays, and flash memory replacing hard disks.

Models[edit]

Model Generation Image Capacity Connection Original release date Minimum OS to sync Rated battery life (hours)
Classic1st 5, 10 GB FireWireOctober 23, 2001 Mac: 9, 10.1audio: 10
First model, with mechanical scroll wheel.

10 GB model released later.

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2nd 10, 20 GB FireWire July 17, 2002 Mac: 10.1
Win: 2000
audio: 10
Touch-sensitive wheel. FireWire port had a cover. Hold switch revised. Windows compatibility through Musicmatch.

3rd 10, 15, 20, 30, 40 GB FireWire (USB for syncing only)April 28, 2003 Mac: 10.1
Win: 2000
audio: 8
First complete redesign with all-touch interface, dock connector, 4-pin remote connector and slimmer case.

Musicmatch support dropped with later release of iTunes 4.1 for Windows.

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4th
(Photo)
(with color display)
20, 40 GB FireWire or USBJuly 19, 2004 Mac: 10.2
Win: 2000
audio: 12
Adopted Click Wheel from iPod Mini, added charging through USB in addition to FireWire.

photo:
30, 40, 60 GB
FireWire or USB October 26, 2004 Mac: 10.2
Win: 2000
audio: 15
slideshow: 5
color:
20, 60 GB
June 28, 2005
Premium spin-off of 4th generation iPod with color screen, plus picture viewing.

Later reintegrated into main iPod line.

5th 30, 60, 80 GB USB (FireWire for charging only)October 12, 2005 Mac: 10.3
Win: 2000
30 GB
audio: 14
video: 2
(later 3.5)
60/80 GB
audio: 20
video: 3/6.5
Second full redesign with a slimmer case, and larger screen with video playback.

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Remote connector near the headphone jack was omitted as was syncing through FireWire. Offered in black or white. Hardware and firmware updated with 60 GB model replaced with 80 GB model on September 12, 2006.

6th 80, 120, 160 GB USB (FireWire for charging only)September 5, 2007 Mac: 10.4
Win: XP
80 GB
audio: 30
video: 5
120 GB
audio: 36
video: 6
160 GB
2007 model
audio: 40
video: 7
2009 model
audio: 36
video: 6
Introduced the "Classic" suffix.

New interface and anodized aluminum front plate. Silver replaces white. In September 2008 the hardware and firmware was updated with a 120 GB model replacing the 80 GB model and the 160 GB model was discontinued. In September 2009, the 120 GB model was replaced with a 160 GB model. Discontinued on September 9, 2014.

Mini1st 4 GB USB or FireWire January 6, 2004 Mac: 10.1
Win: 2000
audio: 8
New smaller model, available in 5 colors.

Introduced the "Click Wheel".

2nd 4, 6 GB USB or FireWire February 22, 2005 Mac: 10.2
Win: 2000
audio: 18
Brighter color variants with longer battery life.

Click Wheel lettering matched body color. Gold color discontinued. Later replaced by iPod Nano.

Nano1st 1, 2, 4 GB USB (FireWire for charging only)September 7, 2005 Mac: 10.3
Win: 2000
audio: 14
slideshow: 4
Replaced Mini. Available in black or white and used flash memory.

Color screen for picture viewing.

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1 GB version released later.

2nd 2, 4, 8 GB USB (FireWire for charging only)September 12, 2006 Mac: 10.3
Win: 2000
audio: 24
slideshow: 5
Anodized aluminum casing and 6 colors available.

3rd 4, 8 GB USB (FireWire for charging only)September 5, 2007 Mac: 10.4
Win: XP
audio: 24
video: 5
2" QVGA screen, colors refreshed with chrome back, new interface, video capability, smaller Click Wheel.

4th 4, 8, 16 GB USB September 9, 2008 Mac: 10.4
Win: XP
audio: 24
video: 4
Reverted to tall form factor and all-aluminum enclosure with nine color choices, added accelerometer for "shake to shuffle" functionality and horizontal viewing.

4 GB model limited release in selected markets.

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5th 8, 16 GB USB September 9, 2009 Mac: 10.4
Win: XP
audio: 24
video: 5
First iPod to include a video camera; also included a larger screen, FM radio, speaker, pedometer, and a polished exterior case while retaining similar colors to the 4th generation model.

6th 8, 16 GB USB September 1, 2010 Mac: 10.5
Win: XP
audio: 24
First iPod Nano to include multi-touch screen; clip from iPod Shuffle added.

Video playback, speakers and camera removed.

7th 16 GB USB September 12, 2012 Mac: 10.6
Win: XP
audio: 30
video: 3.5
Reverted to tall form factor with larger 2.5" multi-touch screen.

Clip removed. Video playback restored and Bluetooth added.

Navigation menu

Replaced 30-pin dock connector with new Lightning connector. Discontinued July 27, 2017.[1]

Shuffle1st 512 MB, 1 GB USB
(no adaptor required)
January 11, 2005 Mac: 10.2
Win: 2000
audio: 12
New entry-level model.

Uses flash memory and has no screen.

2nd 1, 2 GB USB September 12, 2006 Mac: 10.3
Win: 2000
audio: 12
Smaller clip design with anodized aluminum casing.

4 color options added later. Colors were changed in 2007 and 2008.

3rd 2, 4 GB USB March 11, 2009 Mac: 10.4
Win: XP
audio: 10
Smaller design with controls relocated to right earbud cable.

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Introduced with two colors, and featured VoiceOver. More colors and 2 GB model added in September 2009.

4th 2 GB USB September 1, 2010 Mac: 10.5
Win: XP
audio: 15
Controls returned to the body of the iPod.

Introduced with five colors, and featured VoiceOver.

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Discontinued July 27, 2017.[1]

Touch1st 8, 16, 32 GB USB (FireWire for charging only)[2]September 5, 2007 Mac: 10.4
Win: XP
audio: 22
video: 5
First iPod with Wi-Fi and a Multi-touch interface.

Features Safari browser and wireless access to the iTunes Store and YouTube. 32 GB model later added. iOS 2.0 and App Store access required an upgrade fee.

2nd 8, 16, 32 GB USB September 9, 2008 Mac: 10.4
Win: XP
audio: 36
video: 6
New tapered chrome back with Nike+ functionality, volume buttons, and built-in speaker added.

iOS 2.0 and App Store access standard. Bluetooth support added but not made active until iOS 3.0, which required an upgrade fee.

3rd 32, 64 GB USB September 9, 2009 Mac: 10.4
Win: XP
audio: 30
video: 6
Updated to include the upgraded internals from the iPhone 3GS; included Voice Control support and bundled remote earphones.

4th 8, 16, 32, 64 GB USB September 1, 2010 Mac: 10.5
Win: XP
audio: 40
video: 7
New thinner design including two cameras for FaceTime and HD video recording, hold button moved to top right corner, Retina Display similar to iPhone 4, Apple A4 chip.

White-colored version added on October 4, 2011.

5th16, 32, 64 GB USB (over Lightning) September 12, 2012 Mac: 10.6
Win: XP
audio: 40
video: 8
New aluminum design with colored case options.

Featured improved cameras along with A5 processor, Siri, and taller 4" Retina Display.

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First 16 GB models released have no color choices and no iSight camera, In early 2014 16 GB models were released that featured iSight cameras and color choices.

6th16, 32, 64, 128 GB USB (over Lightning) July 15, 2015 Mac: 10.7
Win: 7
audio: 40
video: 8
Updated with a new lineup of six colors, a new 128 GB model, and improved internals.

The improved internals feature new cameras and the A8 processor with M8 motion coprocessor, 1 GB of RAM (twice the amount of the previous generation), and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.[3]

7th32, 128, 256 GB USB (over Lightning) May 28, 2019 Mac: 10.11.4
Win: 7
audio: 40
video: 8
Updated with a new 256 GB model, and an upgraded SoC from the A8 to the A10 Fusion.

Also added support for features not previously supported on the 6th generation iPod touch, like AR and Group FaceTime.[4]

Sources: Apple Inc.[5], Mactracker[6]

The software bundled with the first generation iPod was Macintosh-only, so Windows users had to use third-party updates like ephPod or XPlay to manage their music.

When Apple introduced the second generation of iPods in July 2002, they sold two versions, one that included iTunes for Macintosh users and another that included Musicmatch Jukebox for Windows users.[7] In October 2003, Apple released the Windows version of iTunes,[8] and started selling iPods that included both Macintosh and Windows versions of iTunes so that they could be used with either platform.

Current iPods no longer ship with iTunes, which must be downloaded from Apple's website.

In December 2004, Apple unveiled its first limited edition iPods, with either Madonna’s, Tony Hawk’s, or Beck’s signature or No Doubt's band logo engraved on the back for an extra US$50.[9] On 26 October 2004, Apple introduced a special edition of its fourth generation monochrome iPod, designed in the color scheme of the album How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb by Irish rock band U2.

It had a black case with a red click wheel and the back had the engraved signatures of U2's band members. This iPod was updated alongside the iPod Photo and fifth generation iPod.[10]

On October 13, 2006, Apple released a special edition 4 GB red iPod nano as part of the Product Red campaign. An 8 GB version was released three weeks later and both of them sold for the same price as the standard models.[11] US$10 from each sale is donated to The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria.

On September 5, 2007, Apple also added a Product Red iPod Shuffle model. They did not disclose how much will be donated to charity from this model.

Apple also released Special Edition Harry Potter iPods to accompany the iPod Photo. These were engraved with the Hogwarts Crest on the back and were only available to purchasers of the Harry Potteraudiobooks. They were updated when the fifth generation iPods were released, but were only available for a limited time.

On July 27, 2017, Apple discontinued the iPod Shuffle and iPod Nano.[12] Apple plans to keep the iPod Touch, as it is the most popular iPod device.[citation needed]

Timeline of iPod models[edit]

See also: Timeline of full-sized iPod models and Timeline of compact iPod models

Sources: Apple press release library,[13]Mactracker Apple Inc.

model database[6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ ab"Apple discontinues iPod nano and shuffle". 9to5Mac.

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  2. ^"iPhone and iPod touch: Charging the battery". Apple Inc. October 15, 2009.

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    Retrieved January 12, 2010.

  3. ^"Apple Introduces The Best iPod touch Yet" (Press release). Cupertino, California: Apple. July 15, 2015. Retrieved 2015-07-17.
  4. ^"New iPod touch delivers even greater performance" (Press release). Cupertino, California: Apple. May 28, 2019.

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    Retrieved May 28, 2019.

  5. ^Apple Inc., Identifying iPod models, retrieved October 31, 2007.
  6. ^ abMactracker (mactracker.ca), Apple Inc. model database, version as of July 26, 2007.
  7. ^Apple Unveils New iPodsArchived 2011-01-24 at the Wayback Machine, Apple Inc., 2002-07-17. Retrieved on 2007-02-19.
  8. ^Apple Launches iTunes for Windows, Apple Inc., 2003-10-16.

    Retrieved on 2006-11-26.

  9. ^Dalrymple, Jim. Limited Edition Kelsey, Lucas Samuel, Beck iPods.

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    Macworld, 2002-09-10. Retrieved on 2007-01-07.

  10. ^"Tips About Your Apple iPod" (in Ukrainian). Archived from the original on 2016-12-28. Retrieved 2017-04-18.
  11. ^"Apple iPod nano 2nd Gen (RED) 4 GB, 8 GB Specs". Everymac.com.

    Various methods of ipo

    Retrieved June 20, 2018.

  12. ^Pierce, David (July 27, 2017). "Goodbye iPod, and Thanks for All the Tunes". Wired. Retrieved August 6, 2017.
  13. ^Apple Inc., Apple press release library, Retrieved September 19, 2007.