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History of The iPod

History of the iPod's hardware and software

Ryan Mahannah

on 29 April 2010

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i iP fin. The History of The iPod Hardware Software Audio Audio Codecs developed by Wolfson Microelectronics *Used by all iPods except
6th gen. Classic and 2nd gen Touch Cirrus Logic
Audio Codec Chip Storage 45.7 mm hard drives (ATA-6, 4200 rpm
with proprietary connectors)
made by Toshiba iPod Classic: iPod Mini: 25.4 mm Microdrive
made by Hitachi and Seagate iPod Nano: Flash Memory from Samsung,
Toshiba, and others iPod Touch / Shuffle: Flash Memory Microcontroller Two ARM 7TDMI-derived CPUs
running at 90 MHz iPod Classic (1st - 3rd gen) Variable-speed ARM 7TDMI CPUs, running
at a peak of 80 MHz to save battery life iPod Classic (4th - 5th gen)
iPod Mini
iPod Nano (1st gen) Samsung System-on-a-chip, based
around an ARM processor iPod Nano (2nd gen) SigmaTel STMP3550 chip that handles both the music decoding and the audio circuitry iPod Shuffle (1st gen) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Classic 1st Gen. Classic 2nd Gen. Classic 3rd Gen. iPod Photo Mini 1st Gen. Classic 4th Gen. Classic 5th Gen. Nano 1st Gen. Mini 2nd Gen. Shuffle 1st Gen. Shuffle 2nd Gen. Nano 2nd Gen. Classic 6th Gen. Nano 3rd Gen. iTouch 1st Gen. iTouch 2nd Gen. Nano 4th Gen. Classic 6.5th Gen. Nano 5th Gen. Shuffle 3rd Gen. Shuffle 4th Gen. iTouch 3rd Gen. Pixo OS 2.1 MacOS X September 5th, 2007
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