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The Evolution of the Ipod

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The iPod Classic was the first portable media device ever created by Apple Inc. It is famous for its amount of data and songs it can hold, with up to 160 GB of storage and space! Like any electronic, there are many generations and the iPod Classic has 6 of them. Let's start with the first!
The one that started it all...
On January 6th, 2004 the iPod Mini was announced and released on the 20th of February, 2004. It had the capacity of 4 GB, a battery life of 8 hours (audio) and was sold in 5 different colors:
Silver
,
Blue
,
Green
,
Pink
and
Gold
.
On February 23rd, 2005 the 2nd generation of iPod Mini was released. Externally, there wasn't much change except that the lettering on the click wheel matched the body's color. Also, they discontinued the color
Gold
because it was sold the least. Internally, the battery life changed quite a bit with a 18 hour audio battery life. There was a 4 GB version and a 6 GB version.
On September 7th, 2005 Steve Jobs introduced the iPod Nano. It was only 4 cm wide, 9 cm long and 0.5 cm thick. It had the battery life of 14 hours and displayed 65,536 colors. It was available in black or white and with 1, 2 or 4 GB.
On September 25th, 2006 the second Nano featured a scratch-resistant aluminum casing like the iPod Mini had. It also had a 40% more brighter screen and from 14 to 24 hours of battery life. The 2 GB model was
Silver
, the 4 GB model was in
Silver
,
Blue
,
Green
or
Pink
and the 8 GB model was in Black. Later the 4 and 8 GB models were available in
Red
.
The iPod Mini was announced to the world in the January of 2004. It introduced the "click wheel" as the third, fourth, fifth and sixth iPod Classic had used. It was always a smaller size and came in multiple colors. There were only two different generations of the iPod Mini. Unfortunately, it was discontinued on September 7th, 2005 and was replaced by the iPod Nano.
THE iPOD MINI
The iPod Nano was introduced on September 7th, 2005 as a replacement of the iPod Mini. It uses flash memory for storage and it has gone through 7 different generations and modifications. The most recent iPod Nano was released in October 2012.
THE iPOD NANO
The 1st Generation
The 2nd Generation
The 1st Generation
The 2nd Generation
THE iPOD CLASSIC
The 1st Generation
On October 21st,2001 the first iPod classic was created with a 5 GB hard drive and was able to hold 1000 songs, it was sold for $399 US. On March 20th, 2002 Apple introduced the 10 GB version and it was sold for $499 US.
iPod Classic (1st generation), 2001
The 2nd Generation
On July 17th, 2002 the second generation of the iPod Classic was introduced. It had the same body and style as the first generation, but the mechanical wheel was replaced with a touch-sensitive wheel. The 10 GB version was sold for $399 US and the 20 GB version was sold for $499 US.
iPod Classic (2nd generation), 2002
The 3rd Generation
On April 29th, 2003 the new 3rd generation of iPod introduced a full on touch wheel, completely non-mechanical with 4 auxiliary buttons located in between the touch wheel and screen. By this time all iPods were compatible with Mac and Windows. The 10 GB version was sold for $299 US, the 15 GB version for $399 US and the 30 GB version for $499 US.
iPod Classic (3rd generation), 2003
The 4th Generation
On July 19th, 2004 the fourth generation of iPod replaced the third by putting the four auxiliary buttons underneath the touch-sensitive scroll wheel making it a click wheel. The body of it was slightly slimmer and it was known for having over 12 hours of battery power. The 20 GB version cost $299 US and the 40 GB version cost $399 US. The pricing was obviously reduced.
iPod Classic (4th Generation), 2004
The 5th Generation
On October 12th, 2005 the fifth generation was created, shortly after the introduction of the iPod Nano. It featured a bigger screen, a smaller click wheel, and it was the first iPod able to play videos. It was available in black or white and had returned to a flat front plate and a more rounded rear casing. It was also the last model of iPod to have a plastic face. The 30 GB version cost $299 US and the 60 GB version was $399 US.
iPod Classic (5th Generation), 2005
The 6th Generation
On September 5th, 2007 Steve Jobs introduced the sixth generation of iPod, with a slightly thinner body and a dramatically improved battery life with up to 36 hours of music playback!The front plate was now made up of aluminum instead of plastic and and the "signature iPod white" was replaced by silver. It was the first time white was not a color option for iPod. The 80 GB version was sold for $249 US and the 160 GB version for $349 US.
iPod Classic (6th Generation), 2007
iPod Mini(s) (1st Generation), 2004
iPod Mini(s) (2nd Generation), 2005
The 3rd Generation
The 4th Generation
The 5th Generation
The 6th Generation
The 7th Generation
iPod Nano (1st Generation), 2005
iPod Nano(s) (2nd Generation), 2006
On September 5th, 2007 the third iPod Nano came out with a larger screen and a shorter, wider and heavier design. New things added were Cover Flow, video playback and iPod games. The 4 GB version came in
Silver
and the 8 GB version came in
Silver
,
Turquoise
,
Mint Green
, Black,
Red
and
Pink
. The battery lasted approximately 24 hours on audio playback and 5 hours on video playback.
iPod Nano (3rd Generation), 2007
On September 9th, 2008 the fourth generation iPod returned to the skinnier body and slimmer screen the first and second had. It had an aluminum casing and glass screen and the battery did 24 hours of audio playback and only 4 hours of video playback. The 6 previous colors were replaced by
Silver
, Black,
Purple
,
Light Blue
,
Green
,
Yellow
,
Orange
,
Red
, and
Pink
. This model of iPod was apparently the most "eco-friendly iPod had ever created containing arsenic-free glass and it was recyclable.
iPod Nano(s) (4th Generation), 2008
On September 9th 2009, the fifth iPod Nano reduced the price of the 8 GB model to $149 and the 16 GB model to $179. It had a larger and wider screen, a video camera and 16 special features including microphone and FM radio. It was available in
Silver
, Black,
Purple
,
Blue
,
Yellow
,
Orange
,
Red
,
Green
and
Pink
but had a shinier and glossier finish then the fourth generation. Unfortunately this generation was discontinued on September 1st, 2010.
iPod Nano (5th Generation), 2009
On September 1st, 2010 the iPod totally transformed using only a touch screen with absolutely no click wheel. It had lost its video camera, microphone and support for video playback but you could sync music videos to the iPod and play it like that. It still included the FM radio and Nike+iPod and was the same price as the fifth generation. It came in
Silver
,
Graphite
,
Blue
,
Green
,
Orange
,
Pink
and
Red
.
iPod Nano (6th Generation), 2010
On September 12th, 2012 the final generation of Nano came out only in a 16 GB model. It was longer but much thinner by 38% from its previous generation and was the thinnest iPod Nano created. It added the ability to use Bluetooth, wireless headphones and speakers and other devices such as heart-rate monitors. It was available in
Space Gray
,
Silver
,
Pink
,
Yellow
,
Green
,
Blue
,
Purple
and
Red
.
iPod Nano (7th Generation), 2012
The iPods Classic, Mini and Nano
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