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How much did an iPod cost in 2009?

How much did an iPod cost in 2009?

SAN FRANCISCO—September 9, 2009—Apple® today announced the new iPod touch® lineup starting at the breakthrough price of just $199, giving users a great iPod®, a great pocket computer, a great game player and access to Apple’s revolutionary App Store with over 75,000 applications.

What iPod classic came out in 2009?


Generation Capacity Release date
6th (classic) (2nd revision) (also known as 7th gen) 160 GB September 9, 2009
Capacity increased to 160 GB using single-platter drive. Added Genius Mixes (after Software Update). Discontinued without replacement September 9, 2014.

Is iPod nano still supported?

iPod nano is still fully functional as it was when it was released. You can still synchronize iTunes Store purchases to iPod nano or music ripped from CDs. You cannot synchronize iPod nano over Bluetooth.

Why were iPods discontinued?

Three years later, Apple discontinued the iPod Classic. These were the last of Apple’s devices that didn’t connect to the internet, which meant they couldn’t use the services that Apple was focusing on, like the App Store, Apple Music, and Apple TV Plus.

Can you still buy an iPod classic?

It’s not available anymore online, but it was available for in-store pickup at a couple stores in the Bay Area. And it looks like Best Buy might still have a few left. Apple still sells its other iPods. The largest capacity you can get is the $299 64GB iPod Touch.

When did the iPod nano 4th generation come out?

At the Apple Let’s Rock Event on September 9, 2008, the iPod Nano Fourth Generation was officially announced.

What kind of memory does an iPod Nano have?

Specifications Generation and Appearance Generation and Appearance Capacity Colours Connection 7th 16 GB Slate (2012–2013) USB 7th 16 GB Space gray (2013–) 2012–2015 Silver Pink USB 7th 16 GB 2015 models Space gray Silver Gold Pink USB

How did iPod nano 2nd generation reduce environmental impact?

Apple claimed that the second generation iPod Nano’s packaging was “32% lighter with 52% less volume than the first generation”, thereby reducing environmental impact and shipping costs.

Are there any accessories for the iPod Nano?

Apple also released some accessories, including armbands and silicone “tubes” designed to bring color to the Nano and protect it from scratches, as well as a combination lanyard – earphone accessory that hangs around the neck and avoids the problem of tangled earphone cords. The current models with Bluetooth headphones have a similar advantage.