White iPod Touch

23th April 2012 (macrumors.com)



In line with the announced October 12th launch date for iOS 5, Apple has also transitioned its iPod touch line to begin shipping with the operating system pre-installed.

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Apple iPod Shuffle 2011

28th Febraury 2012 (reviews.cnet.com)



The iPod Shuffle returns to its big-button glory days, only this time around it offers support for playlists,

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Video a-go-go

13th July 2010 (apple.com)



iPod nano now has a built-in video camera that lets you record fun as it happens. Then share it with friends on the Internet. It's the video camera thatís small enough to take with you everywhere.

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iHome




The iA91 is a dual alarm clock radio for iPhone and iPod that lets you charge your iPhone or iPod and lets you wake and sleep to either one, to a custom playlist, or to AM/FM radio.

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NEW Apple iPod Touch 8GB 3rd Generation.




- Holds up to 1,750 songs.
- Up to 6 hours of video playback.
- Rechargeable via a USB.
- Downloads iTunes.
- Battery life 30 hours.

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Music Power Encore Rechargeable Battery for iPod and MP3 Players

11th September 2009 (walmart.com)



Key Features:
  • Extended play LiPo battery pack
  • Dual port USB charger for use on iPods, Zune, Blackberrys and more
  • Thin design and folding AC plug for greater portability
  • 500mA output via USB port
  • Charging cables not included
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Kensington unveils Nightstand Charging Dock for iPhone

24 July 2009 (ilounge.com)



Kensington

has unveiled its Nightstand Charging Dock for

iPhone

. Compatible with nearly all iPods but designed for the

iPhone

and iPod touch, the Nightstand Charging Dock is designed to charge the connected device while functioning to keep it in landscape mode, and works in concert with the companyís free Rise & Shine application.

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iPhone 3GS poll ends, iPod classic poll begins

24 June 2009 (ilounge.com)



With more than 3,100 votes from iLounge readers, our latest poll—“Will you be purchasing an iPhone 3GS?”—has ended. iPhone 3G and

iPhone

users had separate positive response options, as did those planning to purchase the iPhone 3GS for whom the new model will be their first

iPhone

or iPod touch. Reasons against buying included upgrade pricing, displeasure with the local carrier, happiness with the original

iPhone

, and lack of appeal.

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Marware iClear for iPod classic (8013-ICCL)




Complete access and protection in a custom-molded shell. One of Griffin’s most popular cases updated for Apple’s new iPod models. iClear is perfect when you want hard-shell protection that lets your iPod shine through.

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Griffin Tech Radio and Remote for iPod With Dock Connector




iFM integrates FM radio tuning and remote control functionality to the iPod, all in a tiny enclosure. With the flip of a switch users can now switch seamlessly between controlling their music library and listening to their favorite FM radio programming. Use the iFM as an inline remote to control the iPod’s transport controls, great for workouts, biking or hiking.

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Ex-Apple Executive Who Led Its iPod Division Is Named Chief of Palm

11 June 2009 (nytimes.com)

Jonathan Rubinstein, a former Apple executive behind its iPod, was named chief executive of the smartphone maker Palm on Wednesday. Mr. Rubinstein will succeed Ed Colligan, who is stepping down after 16 years with Palm. The appointment, effective Friday, comes just days after Palm introduced the $199 Pre, a well-regarded rival to Apple’s blockbuster iPhone. One of Pre’s signature features is that it syncs with the iTunes music store just like an iPod or iPhone.

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Apple warns of static shock from iPhone, iPod

22 May 2009 (cnet.com)




iPhone and iPod users may experience a "small and quick" shock via their earbuds due to a buildup of static electricity, Apple warned Monday.

People listening to one of the devices in extremely dry air are most at risk of receiving a static electricity shock through the ear buds, according to a warning posted on Apple’s Web site. The post likened the condition to the discharge that occurs when a person drags his or her feet across a carpet then gets a shock by touching a door knob.

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Griffin Navigate In-Line Controller and FM Radio for iPod and iPhone

28 April 2009 (ilounge.com)



Review


For years, Griffin Technology was unquestionably the iPod's most innovative accessory developer, churning out add-ons that regularly redefined what Apple's devices were capable of, and occasionally bypassing Apple's hardware limitations in the process. One of its best add-ons was iFM, the first portable FM radio tuner for iPods, which doubled as an in-line remote control that could be used to change tracks, volume, and play/pause status without using the iPod's integrated controls. Apple subsequently rewarded Griffin's engineering feat by releasing new iPods that lacked the accessory port iFM used, and included new radio tuning software that only Apple's competing accessory, the iPod Radio Remote, was allowed to use. Consequently, iFM all but faded away.

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EFF Wonders: Did Obama Violate Copyright Law With iPod Gift?

3 April 2009 (wired.com)



President Barack Obama gave Queen Elizabeth II an iPod on Thursday with some 40 Broadway songs from popular musicals like West Side Story and the King and I.

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New iPod shuffle first hands-on (with video!)

1 April 2009 (engadget.com)



We just nabbed one of Apple's new button-free iPod shuffles, and in case you were wondering: yes, it's really small. We're gonna play around a bit with the VoiceOver navigation and get you our full impressions in a few, but at first glance we think this is totally usable, especially for the shuffle's sweaty target demographic. Also: it's really small.

Setup


Unboxing wasn't the Apple's best, but it was easy enough to get at all three components in there: the shuffle, the earbuds and the USB adapter. Setup was similarly slightly more complicated than the regular iPod, since in addition to requiring an update to 8.1, it required an installation of VoiceOver -- it all happens quite automatically with a couple clicks of automation, but it's an extra step all the same. The actual formation of VoiceOvers for our tracks and playlists was easy enough that it was actually difficult to even spot iTunes working on it. Since our iTunes library is larger than 4GB, we built a few playlists, set them to sync with the shuffle, clicked sync and were ready to go in seconds. According to Apple, the space used up by the VoiceOvers on the shuffle is "negligible" and doesn't impact that vague "1000 songs" figure.

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10 Unexpected Uses of the iPod

17 March 2009 (oculture.com)




Ipod is a pocket-sized device used to play music & media files. Launched on 23rdOctober, 2001 by Apple Inc. Apple designs & markets a range of portable media players. The product line-up includes Ipod Classic, Ipod Touch, Ipod Nano Ipod Shuffle the Ipod Mini iPhone off Ipod Photo. As of September 2008, more than 173 million Ipods had been sold worldwide, making it the best-selling digital audio player series in history. 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. On 22 January 2008, Apple reported the best quarter revenue and earnings in Apple's history so far. Apple posted record revenue of US$9.6 billion and record net quarterly profit of US$1.58 billion. 42% of Apple's revenue for the First fiscal quarter of 2008 came from Ipod sales, followed by 21% from notebook sales and 16% from desktop sales. On 21 October 2008, Apple reported that only 14.21% of total revenue for fiscal quarter 4 of year 2008 came from Ipods.

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Apple iPod touch (3G) 8 GB

Apple iPod touch (3G) 8 GB ... touch features the same multi-touch screen technology as iPhone. Pinch to zoom in on a photo. Scroll through your songs and videos with a flick. Flip through your library by album artwork with Cover Flow. Watch your movies, TV shows, and photos come alive with bright, vivid color on the 320-by-480-pixel display.
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By Cindra, 08 Jun 10

New iPod shuffle first hands-on (with video!)

Actually, if you're in the middle of listening to a song (past the initial 6 seconds) and want to skip backwards, you'd have to press 3 times, within 6 seconds, press another 3 times. That's 6 times, to skip 1 song. You'd need another 3 presses to skip another song, which makes it a total of 9 button presses for 2 songs. I wonder how long that single button would last.

They should've just made it press 3 times if under the first 6 seconds, press 4 times if beyond the first 6 seconds. But then they might neglect support for skipping backwards at the 6th second mark.

Personally, I don't like the standard way of having to press the back button twice to skip backwards one song, but it's the standard. This is even more work, and just as less desirable.
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By Rita, 29 May 09

New iPod shuffle first hands-on (with video!)

how does it sync? through the 3.5?
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By Sana, 29 May 09

New iPod shuffle first hands-on (with video!)

Yes, the previous shuffle had a dock type connector that works through the 3.5mm jack.

Just guessing it would be the same here.

Erm, how does it change song?
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By Nida, 29 May 09

New iPod shuffle first hands-on (with video!)

Nida, you have to watch the Apple introductory video to find that out. The video is optional, at $19.99.
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By William, 29 May 09

New iPod shuffle first hands-on (with video!)

Whats the Price?
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By Nida, 29 May 09

London

Is that a pic from Madam Tussards?
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By Adam Jones, 25 Apr 09

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