Tag Archive: iPod


In my mind, the original iPod basically came out yesterday. Which is why it’s more than a little surreal — yet strangely amusing — watching kids who weren’t even born in 2001 react to it like they’re archeologists uncovering the relics of a… Read more ›

Other than the small matter of it not making phone calls, what’s the difference between the iPhone 6 and the new sixth-generation iPod touch, which Apple finally released last week? That’s the question that our friends over at iFixit tried… Read more ›

Why you should never buy an iPod ever again

Today’s iPod line refresh came as an odd surprise to some and maybe even a long-awaited update to others. The iPod touch has beefed up hardware and the iPod nano and iPod shuffle have new color options. After they’re finally… Read more ›

Vibrant new iPod colors revealed in iTunes update

You may have written off the iPod as something Apple doesn’t care to breathe new life into by this point, but the iPod is exactly what appears to be getting an update. Alongside the release of iTunes 12.2 to support Apple Music,… Read more ›

Based on the number of times both terms were searched for on Google over the past three months, customers are less interested in the Apple Watch than they are in Apple’s virtually-abandoned relic, the iPod. That’s according to Google Trends… Read more ›

Based on the number of times both terms were searched for on Google over the past three months, customers are less interested in the Apple Watch than they are in Apple’s virtually-abandoned relic, the iPod. That’s according to Google Trends… Read more ›

From the health-tracking features of the Apple Watch to iPhone cases capable of predicting strokes, there are more and more medical devices involving Apple products. Perhaps the most amazing so far, however, involves a newly-launched medical technology which allows chronic pain patients to… Read more ›

A chess Grandmaster could be slapped with a 15-year ban after being caught using an iPod touch to cheat. Georgian champion Gaioz Nigalidze’s strategy involved rushing to the toilet between moves to consult his iOS device, which was reportedly hidden… Read more ›

Rest in Pod: Apple no longer reporting iPod sales

Although the iMac generated a whole lot of buzz for Apple upon Steve Jobs’ return in the late 1990s, it was the debut of the iPod in October 2001 that truly dispatched Apple on its path to astronomical levels of… Read more ›

After failing to garner consumer interest for nearly two years, the fate of Google Glass is now in the hands of former Apple executive Tony Fadell. The Glass Explorer program is also being shut down on January 19th, which means… Read more ›