What is iPod?

The iPod is a line of portable media players designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The first line was released on October 23, 2001, about 8 months after the release of iTunes, which is a media player, media library, and mobile device management application. The most recent iPod redesigns were announced on September 12, 2012. There are four current versions: the ultra-compact iPod Shuffle, the compact iPod Nano, the touchscreen iPod Touch, and the hard drive-based iPod Classic. With the AirX feature developed by Macgo Team, Blu-ray movies can be shared between computer (Mac & PC) and iPod in the same Wi-Fi environment. Users are finally able to experience the most wonderful blu-ray effects on iPod.

What does it do?

Like other digital music players, iPods can serve as external data storage devices. Storage capacity varies by model, ranging from 2 GB for the iPod Shuffle to 160 GB for the iPod Classic. The devices are controlled by the Samsung ARM and the Apple A5 CPUs.

Apple's iTunes software (and other software) can be used to transfer music, photos, videos, games, contact information, e-mail settings, Web bookmarks, and calendars to the devices supporting these features from computers using certain versions of Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows operating systems.

Models

iPod Classic: 1~6 generation

iPod Mini: 1~2 generation

iPod Nano: 1~7 generation

iPod Shuffle: 1~4 generation

iPod Touch: 1~5 generation

Compare iPod Models

Models iPod shuffle iPod nano iPod touch iPod classic
iPod iPod shuffle
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iPod nano
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iPod touch-1
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iPod touch-2
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iPod classic
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Capacity & Price

2GB

$49

16GB 

$149

16GB 

$229

32GB  $299

64GB  $399

160GB 

$249
Display   2.5-inch (diagonal) 
Multi-Touch display
4-inch (diagonal) 
Multi-Touch Retina display
4-inch (diagonal) 
Multi-Touch Retina display

2.5-inch (diagonal)

color LCD

with LED backlight
Features Built-in clip 
VoiceOver
FM radio 
Fitness Walk + Run 
support built in Nike+ support built in
iOS 7 
Siri 
iMessage 
iTunes Radio 
Apps and games 
Email and Internet
iOS 7 
Siri 
iMessage 
iTunes Radio 
Apps and games 
Email and Internet

Storage for your entire media library

Battery life

Audio playback

Up to 15 hours

Audio playback

Up to 30 hours

Video playback

Up to 3.5 hours

Audio playback

Up to 40 hours

Video playback

Up to 8 hours

Audio playback

Up to 40 hours

Video playback

Up to 8 hours

Audio playback

Up to 36 hours

Video playback

Up to 6 hours
Size 1.14 × 1.24 × 0.34 inches
(29.0 × 31.6 × 8.7 mm) including clip
3.01 × 1.56 × 0.21 inches
(76.5 × 39.6 × 5.4 mm)
4.86 × 2.31 × 0.24 inches
(123.4 × 58.6 × 6.1 mm)
4.86 × 2.31 × 0.24 inches
(123.4 × 58.6 × 6.1 mm)

4.1 × 2.4 × 0.41

Inches (103.5 × 61.8 × 10.5 mm)
Charge time About 3 hours
(2-hour fast charge to 80%)
About 3 hours
(1.5-hour fast charge to 80%)
About 4 hours
(2-hour fast charge to 80%)
About 4 hours
(2-hour fast charge to 80%)
About 4 hours
(2-hour fast charge to 80%)

Related Software:

Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player: enables iPod to play Blu-ray videos through AirX
Macgo Free Mac Media Player: free all-in-one media player for iPod through AirX

Related Source:

What is AirX?—AirX makes iOS devices play movies
How to play Blu-ray on iPod touch fast and easily with Macgo Mac Blu-ray player?

Learn More:

See iPod on Apple.com
iPod Models on Wikipedia
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