The black casing and red click wheel of the U2 iPod separates it from previous incarnations of the iPod. However, the internal configuration of this iPod is near identical to the 20GB 4th Generation iPod. To the rear of the … Continue reading

2004 iPod 4th Generation

The Apple iPod (Fourth Generation) features a 20 GB or 40 GB 4200 RPM ATA-66 hard drive capable of supporting “up to” 5,000 or 10,000 songs encoded in “128-Kbps AAC format” and 25 minutes of skip protection. The iPod (4G) … Continue reading

3rd gen ipod

The Apple iPod (Third Generation) features a 10 GB, 15 GB, or 30 GB 4200 RPM ATA-66 hard drive capable of supporting “up to” 2500, 3700, or 7500 songs, respectively, encoded in “128-Kbps AAC format”. and a “2-inch (diagonal) [monochrome] … Continue reading

The Apple iPod (Second Generation – Touch Wheel) models are similar to the original iPod, but include larger capacity hard drives, replaced the “scroll wheel” (that physically turned) with a “touch sensitive scroll wheel” said to be more durable, add … Continue reading

After a comeback with the multi-coloured iMac G3, Apple started wondering what else it could do. It’s first re-direction was to purchase Soundjam MP from it’s creator and re-design it into iTunes.  Shortly after the debut of iTunes at the … Continue reading