The iPod is a digital player designed and marketed by Apple Computer since 2001. To begin with, it was just an audio player, then photos were added, and the sixth generation iPod has video, with slimmer, lighter models available from 199 € for the iPod Touch 8GB.
The father of the iPod is Tony Fadel, who had previously suggested his idea to Philips and Real Networks.
- It can hold up to 15 000 songs with colour album sleeves
- The 30 GB modem measures 103.5 mm x 61.8 mm x 11 mm; the 60 GB measures 103.5 mm x 61.8 mm x 14 mm
- TFT extra-bright screen 6.35 cm 320 x 240 pixels
- Autonomy up to 20 hours
- Holds up to 25 000 photos
- holds up to 150 hours of video
- Plays videos and slide shows on a TV screen via the optional Dock.
The fifth iPod goes video.