iPod

  • Crunch Report | Jeff Bezos Becomes World’s Richest Person*

    Jeff Bezos becomes the richest man on earth, CEO of Kickstarter is looking to step down this year, Apple is discontinuing the iPod Shuffle and Nano and Cristiano Ronaldo is getting more involved in tech. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

  • The evolution of the iPod

    Earlier today, Apple announced that it’s finally discontinuing the iPod nano and shuffle once and for all, making the touch the last iPod standing. Instead of simply mourning the loss of the devices, let’s celebrate the rich and full existences they led before shuffling off this mortal coil into the cold, unforgiving world of eBay auctions. Read More

  • Apple discontinues iPod nano and shuffle and doubles iPod touch capacities to 32GB and 128GB

    Apple discontinues iPod nano and shuffle and doubles iPod touch capacities to 32GB and 128GB

    Get out the Kleenex and hit play on the Boyz II Men musical montages — it’s officially the end of an era. Three years after discontinuing the iPod classic, Apple is finally doing the same to its lower-end brethren, the shuffle and nano. The company pulled both iconic MP3 players from its site earlier today and has since confirmed with TechCrunch that this is, indeed, the end. Read More

  • A brief history of the iPhone

    The first iPhone was met with cautious excitement by many in the press — after all, where did the company get off thinking it could replace a physical keyboard with a touchscreen? But all these years later, the device still serves at the template for a majority of modern smartphones. In the intervening decade, the company has redefined the category time and again. Read More

  • On painful Apple rumors

    On painful Apple rumors

    Several photos have surfaced showing what is supposed to be the next iPhone and MacBook Pro over the last few days. These leaked photos themselves are not surprising. Apple spy photos are big business and a staple in tech journalism. But if these photos are to be believed, radical changes are about to hit two of Apple’s flagship products. And it’s about damn time. The iPhone shots… Read More

  • Today’s Kids Have No Idea How The First iPod Worked

    Today’s Kids Have No Idea How The First iPod Worked

    It’s easy to forget that technology changes quickly when you follow this industry. When the first iPod was released in 2001, it was a much different world. Components weren’t powerful enough to create smartphones and tablets. Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and Spotify didn’t exist. Microsoft had just released the original Xbox and Windows XP. Read More

  • Apple Patents A Way To Make All-Glass iPhones, iPads, Monitors And TVs

    Apple Patents A Way To Make All-Glass iPhones, iPads, Monitors And TVs

    Apple has patented a method for building devices with all-glass outer casings (via AppleInsider), by fusing pieces together for a completely seamless final look. The all-glass device casings could be used to hold the internals of an iOS device, or to house a TV or monitor, too. Read More

  • Apple Keeps The iPod Alive With New Models And Lower Prices

    Apple Keeps The iPod Alive With New Models And Lower Prices

    The iPod touch just got a bit cheaper. Without any fanfare, Apple just updated the iPod touch line with a new 16GB model and lower prices for the 32GB and 64GB flavors. Now, the cheapest option, the 16GB model, sports all the goodies previously only found on the higher priced options. Read More

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