The iPod, which just turned 15, has been eclipsed by the iPhone.
Shoppers this week can save a bundle on refurbished Apple products starting with $440 off a 2015 12" MacBook. Or pick up an unlocked iPhone at up to $350 off. Apple's 128GB iPad Air 2 and Apple Watch Sport devices are $60 off, while an 8GB iPod Touch (4th gen) is $69.95. Many refurbished items come with a 30-day money back guarantee.
If you haven’t already installed Apple’s latest iOS 10.1 update, do it now. Thanks to a vulnerability in earlier release of its software, it’s possible for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to be hacked using only a malicious JPEG image or PDF file. Show More Summary
Last Sunday, Apple celebrated 15 years since the launch of the iPod in 2001, but a less publicized fact is that just a few days ago, its website turned 20 years. To honor the occasion, YouTuber waxonaxon has made a thoughtful, and absolutely absorbing, timelapse video of Apple.com’s visual history – spanning from 1996 to present day. Show More Summary
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Let's just say things got a lot better after that. Let's just say things got a lot better after that. It's 2001. Steve Jobs is back at Apple trying to right the ship and re-energize the company. He did. And it all started on a day 15...Show More Summary
An important anniversary passed this weekend, but you’d have been hard-pressed to remember based on the lack of recognition it received from Apple. That milestone event was the 15th anniversary of the iPod, the portable music playerShow More Summary
How do you restrict what your kids can do and use on iPhone and iPad? With parental controls! Parental Controls, also known as Restrictions, allow you to set what your children can and can't access on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.Show More Summary
Serenity Caldwell has been writing and talking about and tinkering with Apple products since she was old enough to double-click. Managing editor of iMore, she hosts a number of popular podcasts and speaks frequently at conferences. In...Show More Summary
Monday: A best of the Bay Area roundup, a fatal tour bus accident near Palm Springs, and a look back at the first iPod.
The iPod turns 15 years old this week. First announced on October 23, 2001, the device and later it's closed link to Apple's iTunes download store changed the music industry forever. But at first, the iPod was not a hit. Few were willing to throw down $400 for a 5GB...
In 2001, Apple unveiled a singular product that launched the company out of the niche PC market and started an evolution that morphed the company into the world-dominating presence we know now. That device was iPod.
The Really Blue Google Pixel's white display housing was a little too iPod Touch for our tastes. So instead of living with it, we decided to swap it out with a black one. Here's how.
On Sunday, Apple's original iPod celebrated the 15th anniversary of its launch on October 23, 2001. The reveal of the iPod by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs in 2001 was preceded by the usual breadcrumb trail of mystery, rumors, and leaks, with most reports pointing to a new "breakthrough digital device" coming from the company later in the month. Show More Summary
Ever wondered how well an original iPod would hold up ten 15 years later?
Nobuyuki “Nobi” Hayashi, recalling the introduction of the original iPod 15 years ago this week: Steve Jobs insisted that Apple has no intention of stealing away he sales of the music industry; remember this was way before iTunes Music Store. Show More Summary
I’ve always loved music, and am old enough to have lived through every generation of portable music player, from the original cassette Walkman on. The transition from cassette to CD made little difference: you still only had one album loaded at any one time, and carrying others was a pain. Show More Summary
Happy Monday. Over the weekend, we sampled smart-refrigerated wine, looked back on 15 years of iPod, and asked Amazon's AI to fact-check politicians for us. Coming up this week: Apple's MacBook event, some news from Microsoft, and a lot of companies reporting on their quarterly earnings -- if you're all about gross revenue and such.
As the iPod turns 15 – Apple first announced it on October 23, 2001 – it’s dawned on me how much music consumption has changed in the almost-30 years I’ve been alive, and at the same time, how little it’s changed for me. I went fromShow More Summary