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Definition: iPod models


Following are all the models of Apple's music player. iPods were extremely popular prior to the iPhone, which has all the iPod functionality built in. The only remaining iPod is the touch, which is an iPhone without the phone (see iPod touch).
 CURRENT iPOD MODEL (iPOD TOUCH)

 g=generation
 fl=flash memory  hd=hard disk

               Color   GBytes   No.
 Model         Screen  Storage  Songs

 touch (6g)    4"      fl 16    3,500
 touch (6g)    4"      fl 32    7,000
 touch (6g)    4"      fl 64   14,000
 touch (6g)    4"      fl 128  28,000
 See iPod touch.


 PREVIOUS iPOD MODELS

 g=generation
 fl=flash memory  hd=hard disk
 mono=monochrome black on white screen

                 Color    GBytes
 Model           Screen   Storage

 touch (5g)      4"       fl 8-64
 touch (4g)      3.5"     fl 8-64
 touch (3g)      3.5"     fl 8-64
 touch (2g)      3.5"     fl 8-16-32
 touch (1g)      3.5"     fl 8-16-32
 See iPod touch.

 classic (6g)    2.5"     hd 160
 classic (5g)    2.5"     hd 160
 classic (5g)    2.5"     hd 80
 classic (5g)    2.5"     hd 60
 classic (5g)    2.5"     hd 30
 iPod U2 (4g)    2"       hd 20
 iPod Photo (4g) 2"       hd 30-60
 classic (4g)    2"       hd 20-60
 classic (1-3g)  2" mono  hd 5-40
 See iPod classic.

 nano (7g)       2.5"     fl 16
 nano (6g)       2.2"     fl 8-16
 nano (5g)       2.2"     fl 8-16
 nano (4g)       2"       fl 8-16
 nano (3g)       2"       fl 4-8
 nano (2g)       1.5"     fl 2-4-8
 nano (1g)       1.5"     fl 1-2-4
 See iPod nano.

 shuffle (5g)    none     fl 2
 shuffle (4g)    none     fl 2
 shuffle (3g)    none     fl 2-4
 shuffle (2g)    none     fl 1-2
 shuffle (1g)    none     fl .5-1
 See iPod shuffle.

 Mini            1.7" mono  hd 4-6
 See iPod Mini.