iPod

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iPods sold as of Macworld San Francisco 2006
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iPods sold as of Macworld San Francisco 2006

The iPod is a popular digital music player developed by Apple Computer and first released on October 23, 2001.

As stated by Steve Jobs at an Apple special event on September 12, 2006, the iPod has a 75.6% market share in the US, and has over 3000 accessories available. As of April 2007, 100 million iPods have been sold. [1]

Note: The number in parentheses denotes the generation, not the capacity. iPod capacities are typically written as "40 GB iPod", meaning 40 gigabyte iPod. The notation is particularly confusing for the shuffle, who's capacity is actually 1 GB (1 gigabyte) for some models.

Contents

iPod classic

iPhone

The iPhone, announced on January 9, 2007, also acts as an iPod.

iPod touch

iPod mini

iPod shuffle

iPod nano

Special Editions

See Also


Other iPod models

iPod (1G) | iPod (2G) | iPod (3G) | iPod (4G Monochrome) | iPod (4G Color) | iPod (5G) | iPod classic
iPod U2 Edition | Harry Potter Collector's iPod | HP iPod
iPod mini | iPod nano (1G) | iPod nano (2G) | iPod nano (3G) | iPod nano (4G) | iPod nano (5G)
iPod shuffle (1G) | iPod shuffle (2G) | iPod shuffle (3G)
iPod touch | iPhone | iPhone 3G | iPhone 3GS