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The Apple iPod iTouch: The models, the differences, and the fun

clock February 2, 2013 22:57 by author Frank Ling

When Apple’s iPod iTouch was first introduced in September 2007, some critics disparagingly called it “an iPhone without the phone.” But Apple guessed right about the public’s reception, and the iTouch has become one of Apple’s best selling devices.

For those who are a bit puzzled about what an iTouch exactly is, and what the benefits of owning one are, you’ll find the answers right here.

What’s an iTouch?
If it could be described in three words it would be “portable multimedia machine.” It resembles the iPhone, and as has been pointed out by others, it’s an iPhone without the phone.

The device can be used as an MP3 player, handheld video game console, streaming video player, Internet browser, and camera. Added to these functions, depending on what type of apps you load onto it, the iTouch can serve as a sketch pad, photo editor, word processor, weight management system and even as a portable slot machine! More...



The new iPod iTouch from Apple is a beautiful thing: All you wanted to know

clock September 18, 2012 17:47 by author Frank Ling

By Frank Ling

With all the attention going to the new iPhone 5 launch, another product from Apple seems to have been buried in all the news—the fifth generation iPod iTouch. We’ll go over some of the highlights of this new model and see what’s in store for prospective customers.

Lots of colors
The first thing that will be apparent to this new model is it will be offered in different colors. This isn’t earth shaking but considering that every iTouch and iPhone case has, up till now, been only available in black and white, it’s pretty big news for Apple. More...



How to choose a MP3 player that’s just right for you

clock August 21, 2012 19:40 by author Frank Ling

By Frank Ling

Whether you’re at the gym, taking a nice walk or just relaxing, listening to your favorite tunes during these times is something that almost everyone likes to do. Today’s MP3 players have come a long way since the introduction of Apple’s iPod in 2001--MP3 players now come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and price ranges.

If you’re in the market for a good MP3 player, we’ll help you try to choose a MP3 player that’s just right for you.

Lots of options
MP3 players have evolved to a state where you can watch videos on them, use them as pedometers, play games, and even surf the Internet. The features for MP3 players range from simple devices that just play music to full-blown miniature multimedia units.

More features are not necessarily better. If your primary goal is to have a simple but reliable MP3 player, these models range in price from $30 to around $60. Basic features should include a display screen and a minimum of 2GB of storage or more.

For MP3 players that have more advanced features such as video playback, and other options, higher end units will cost about $150 and up.  More...



What Kind of iPod do I Have?

clock August 1, 2011 10:32 by author Chris Eckerdt

The iPod was first introduced on October 23rd, 2001.  Since then the iPod has revolutionized everything it's been connected with including the way we interact with and listen to music.  Some might even argue the iPod was the first stepping stone into building Apple into the powerhouse that it is today.  Apple's iPods are everywhere, and with 10 years of making them, there are a lot of different models:  23 to be exact!  This number doesn't account for the different capacities either; there are 23 different kinds of iPods that have been made since 2001.  Wow, Apple's been busy!  Hit the break to find out how to indentify them all. More...



What Kind of iPod Shuffle do I Have?

clock July 18, 2011 08:55 by author Chris Eckerdt

Since 2005, the iPod Shuffle has been the smallest of the iPod family.  The telltale signs of identifying this model are its extreme portability, lack of screen, and cheap price.  Apple has since come out with 4 different models, and we'll go over them all! More...



What Kind of iPod Nano do I Have?

clock July 14, 2011 09:36 by author Chris Eckerdt

The iPod Nano was first released in 2005 after the iPod Mini line was discontinued.  Since then it has been sold for 6 years with no signs of slowing down, and every year there's always been a new iPod Nano released.  If you're doing the math, that's 6 iPod Nanos, total!  When selling your iPod Nano it may be tough to distinguish which is which, but have no fear!  This guide is here! More...



What Kind of iPod Mini do I Have?

clock July 6, 2011 15:49 by author Chris Eckerdt

After the iPod Classic was introduced, Apple found that while it could hold a lot of music, it wasn't very travel friendly.  The public wanted something smaller, more durable, but with the same music containing quality they found with the original.  Apple's answer?  The iPod MiniMore...



What kind of iPod Classic do I have?

clock April 26, 2011 09:30 by author Chris Eckerdt

The iPod classic is the first iPod to be released from Apple. It can be identified by its big square shape, with square screen that takes up about half of the front side, and round click wheel that takes up the other half of the front side.  There are 6 generations, so let's get started by looking at each: More...



Diagnosing Broken Apple iPods, Part 2 of 2

clock September 24, 2010 10:08 by author Andy Hellmuth

Last time, we walked you through a handful of different symptoms that can affect your used Apple iPod. Let’s take a look at the rest of the symptoms that can cause your iPod to kick the bucket.

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