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iPod First Generation Released: October 23, 2001
Capacity: 5 - 10 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire
Compatibility: Mac
Batery Life (Audio): 10 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
iPod Second Generation Released: July 17, 2002

Capacity: 10 - 20 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 10 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
iPod Third Generation 2001 2002 2003 Released: April 28, 2003

Capacity: 10 - 40 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire / USB (limited)
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 8 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
2004 iPod Fourth Generation Released: July 19, 2004

Capacity: 20 - 40 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 12 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
iPod Mini First Generation 2004 Released: January 6, 2004

Capacity: 4 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 8 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
2004 iPod Photo Released: October 26, 2004

Capacity: 30 - 60 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 15 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
2005 iPod Fifth Generation Released: October 12, 2005

Capacity: 30 - 80 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire (limited) / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 14 - 20 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
iPod Mini Second Generation 2005 Released: February 22, 2005

Capacity: 4 - 6 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 18 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
iPod Photo 2005 Released: June 28, 2005

Capacity: 20 -60 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 15 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
2005 iPod Shuffle First Generation Released: January 11, 2005

Capacity: 0.5 - 1 GB
Display:
Connection: USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 12 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
2005 iPod Nano First Generation Released: September 7, 2005

Capacity: 1 - 4 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire (limited) / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 14 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
2006 iPOd Shuffle Second Generation Released: September 12, 2006

Capacity: 1 - 2 GB
Display:
Connection: USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 12 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
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Weight:
2006 iPod Nano Second Generation Released: September 12, 2006

Capacity: 2 - 8 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire (limited) / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 24 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
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Weight:
iPod Sixth Generation 2007 Released: September 5, 2007

Capacity: 80 - 160 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire (limited) / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 30 - 40 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
iPod Nano Third Generation 2007 Released: September 5, 2007

Capacity: 4 - 8 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire (limited) / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 24 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
2008 iPod Nano Fourth Generation 2008 iPod Touch Second Generation 2007 iPod Touch First Generation Released: September 5, 2007

Capacity: 8 - 32 GB
Display:
Connection: Firewire (limited) / USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 22 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
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2008 iPod 6.5 Generation Released: September 10, 2008

Capacity: 8gig, 32 or 64 gig
Display: 3.5-inch (diagonal) widescreen Multi-Touch display
Connection: USB 2.0
Compatibility: PC/Mac
Batery Life (Audio): 36 Hours
Batery Life (Video): 6 Hours
Camera: No
Size: 4.3 x 2.4 x 0.33 inches (110 x 61.8 x 8.5 mm)
Weight: 4.05 ounces (115 grams)
Released: September 10, 2008
Capacity: 160 Gig
Display:
Connection: USB
Compatibility: Windows XP/Vista Mac OS X
Batery Life (Audio): 36 Hours
Batery Life (Video): 6 Hours
Camera:
Size: 4.1 x 2.4 x 0.41 inches (103.5 x 61.8 x 10.5 mm)
Weight: 4.9 ounces (140 grams) Released: September 10, 2008

Capacity: 8 or 16 Gig
Display:
Connection: USB
Compatibility: PC/Mac
Batery Life (Audio): 24 Hours Audio, 4 Hours Video
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
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2009 iPod Touch Third Generation Released: September 10, 2009

Capacity: 32GB or 64GB
Display:
Connection: USB
Compatibility: Mac/Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 20 Hours Audio, 6 Hours Video
Batery Life (Video): 6 Hours Video
Camera:
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2009 2009 iPod Nano Fifth Generation Released: September 10, 2009

Capacity: 8 or 16 Gig
Display: 2.2" Color TFT 240x376 Resolution
Connection: USB - iPod 30-pin / 32-pin Dock Connector
Compatibility: PC/Mac
Batery Life (Audio): 24 Hours Audio, 5 hours of video
Batery Life (Video):
Camera: Yes
Size: nippi
Weight:
iPod Shuffle Third Generation iPod Shuffle Fourth Generation Released: March 6, 2009

Capacity: 4 GB
Display:
Connection: USB
Compatibility: Mac / Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 10 hours
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
Size:
Weight:
2007 2008 2009 Released: September 10, 2009

Capacity: 2gig or 4gig
Display:
Connection: USB
Compatibility: Mac/Windows
Batery Life (Audio): 10 hours playback
Batery Life (Video):
Camera:
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Weight:
iPhone Pros and Cons Past: Timeline Future Steve Jobs and the iPhone PROS:
A lot of apps
Small, thin
Sleek
Simple Interface
Lots of memory (space)
Wifi
Music Player, Movie Player, Internet Browser, Phone in one
Youtube Movie Player
Bright, High Respltion
Built in Camera for Basic Photography
Inexpensive
Intergrated Nike and iPod Support
CONS:
Doesn't ship with an instant messenger program
Keyboad is unproven
No support for Flash
Lack of tactile feedback
Battery life may be insufficient for heavy users
Downloading apps may take a while iPhone 3G Inventor:
Apple (Steve Jobs)
First Release (Iphone 2G) : 2007
Second Release:
(iPhone 3G): 2008
Third Release (iPhone 3GS): 2009 The future Iphone 4G found in a bar?
Posted by Jonathan Keene on April 20, 2010 at 5:28 am 0 Comment
A prototype of the upcoming smartphone Apple was discovered by chance. Gizmodo got their hands on this unit and was husked. Short tour of the rumor that shook the Web.

In a world where Apple locks rather well the flow of information relating to its products under development, the unexpected sometimes takes a perverse pleasure in seizing the machine. Thus, the 4G iPhone, expected in June as recurring rumors, just suddenly take shape, in a curious way.

What happened? What could be the iPhone 4G seems to have been forgotten on the floor in a bar in Redwood City, near Cupertino, in a case of iPhone 3G. A joke? An oversight impossible? Maybe not. According to U.S. sites Engadget and Gizmodo mostly, who put their hands on the device strongly resembles that contained a photo of the stolen iPad in a laboratory test from Apple. It showed the tablet, while not yet unveiled, and what is perhaps the iPhone 4G. What are the features on this supposed successor to the current 3G?
Overview of possible new

While the iPhone 3G is identical to the 3G iPhone 4G change in appearance. The perimeter of the device that is now the turn of the Net, one piece is brushed aluminum, and the handset is thinner and less rounded. There are separate buttons for adjusting the sound, stop the alarm and start. All are metal. His back, glass, ceramic or plastic (Gizmodo does appear to happen to his election), is flat.

At the rear of the case, there is also the objective of the camera, which seems larger and equipped with a flash. One improvement that echoes the appearance in front of another object, probably a camera dedicated to videoconferencing.

On top of the camera is what could be a second microphone to reduce ambient noise. Next door, the location for a micro-SIM card like the iPad 3G and not SIM. A reduction in congestion that there is also at the internal components, smaller and compact. A space saving which seems to allow the integration of a battery 16% larger. Good news for the overall autonomy of the device?

To finish with the new, screen, core, seems a little smaller but with a higher resolution, very significant. It could even reach 960 x 480 pixels, estimated at Gizmodo.



If we can obviously always be doubt in the presence of a 4G iPhone, however there is evidence to leave little room for doubt. The fact that some components are signed Apple, for example, or that the device has been found running a version of iPhone OS 4.0, still under development. Also, no version available to developers of iPhone OS 4.0 and available for the iPhone 3G seems to operate on this model. Difficult to know more, because Apple has disabled the device remotely. Transparent Screen
In the future the screen of te
iPhone may be transparent as so in this
photo: More space... In the future...
iPhone's will have much more
space than that of the
models of today. In the future
iPhone's will have a transparent
screen which always you to see-through
the screen of the iPhone. The iPhone's
will be sleeker, slimmer, and better.
Better Screen... A screen with a higher resolution. OLED. Better Camera... A camera with up to 5.2 megapixles. Bluetooth 10x Better Video Playback Up to 16 hours... Better Audio Playback Up to 48 hours... Better Material Sturdy Titanium and Glass. 64GB 4G Data Speed... Better Wifi... CLASSIC MINI PHOTO SHUFFLE NANO TOUCH iPhone click here to read this article online:
http://www.exploreeverything.com/2010/04/20/the-future-4g-iphone-found-in-a-bar

THAT WAS ALL ABOUT THE... iPhone 2G Released: June 29, 2007

Capacity: 4, 8, 16 GB Options (16GB later release)
Display: 3.5in. 320x240 Pixel LCD Captive Touch
Connection: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, USB via Docking port Quad band GSM 850 900 1800 1900 MHz EDGE/GPRS 2G Data Network
Compatibility:
Batery Life (Audio): 3.7v 1,400 mAh Battery.
Batery Life (Video):
Camera: Yes, 2.0 Megapixel NO Focus
Size: 4.5in x 2.4in x 0.46in (h)x(w)x(d)
Weight: 135(g) (4.8 oz)
iPhone 3G Released: July 11, 2008

Capacity: 8, 16 GB Options
Display: 3.5in. 320x240 Pixel LCD Captive Touch
Connection: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, USB via Docking port Quad band GSM 850 900 1800 1900 MHz EDGE/GPRS A-GPS, Tri Band HSDPA/UMTS 850, 1900, 2100 MHz "3G" Data Network
Compatibility:
Batery Life (Audio): 3.7v 1,150 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery.
Batery Life (Video):
Camera: Yes, 2.0 Megapixel NO Focus
Size: 4.5in x 2.4in x 0.48in (h)x(w)x(d) (LARGER than 2G!)
Weight: 135(g) (4.7 oz) (Lighter than 2G AND 3GS!) Released: October 26, 2009

Capacity: 16, 32 GB Options
Display: 3.5in. 320x240 Pixel LCD Captive Touch
Connection: 7.2Mbps HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR Quad band GSM 850 900 1800 1900 MHz EDGE/GPRS A-GPS, Tri Band HSDPA/UMTS 850, 1900, 2100 MHz "3G" Data Network
Compatibility:
Batery Life (Audio): 3.7v 1,150 mAh Lithium-Ion Battery.
Batery Life (Video):
Camera: Yes, 3.0 Megapixel, auto-focus with auto-white balance
Size: 4.5in x 2.4in x 0.48in (h)x(w)x(d) (LARGER than 2G!)
Weight: 135(g) (4.76 oz)
iPhone 3GS
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