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History of iPod

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Qiu Siyu

on 21 April 2010

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History of the iPod The iPod was first introduced by Apple Computers on October 23, 2001. In 2000, digital music players were either big and clunky or small and useless with equally terrible user interfaces. Apple saw the opportunity and announced the release of the iPod, their first portable music player on October 23, 2001. The first iPod can store up to 10GB of media! "1000 songs in your pocket" The iPod features Apple's revolutionary user interface - the clickwheel, an innovation that gives an uncluttered, minimalist interface. the click wheel The iPod was a huge success.

Since October 2004, the iPod line has dominated digital music player sales in the United States, with over 90% of the market for hard drive-based players and over 70% of the market for all types of players. Newer models were released.
With each model, the iPod's performance, storage, user interface and design was improved. 2nd generation 3rd generation 4th generation The 4th generation featured the first colour screen on an iPod! 5th generation Video playback was introduced in the 5th generation. Apart from the iPod Classic, Apple also released:
iPod Mini in 2004
iPod Nano in 2005
iPod Shuffle in 2005
iPod Touch in 2007 iPod Mini iPod Nano iPod Shuffle iPod Touch The latest iPod Classic - the 6th generation Having a disk space of 160GB, it can store up to 40,000 songs.
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