A TikTok user made a video about the iPod shuffle that quickly went viral because she's found a fun new use for Apple's diminutive music player from the pre-iPhone days.
Want to sell your phone or hand it off to a family member? Or maybe you just want to start over with a clean slate? There are times when you might want to erase everything on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. This tutorial will show you how.
Sometimes, it can be easy to forget that in 2021, there is an iPod touch still available to buy. Apple actually launched the thing in early 2019, so it's not even that old! But with so many newer devices out there in the wild, especially the iPhone, no one could blame anyone for forgetting about the iPod.
More often than not, Apple rumors aren't all that surprising. Even if they don't pan out into a real product, they typically seem credible enough to believe. Even the crazy ones. For example, Apple bringing back the iPod in 2022.
The iPod music player didn't just change the music industry as we know it, it also changed Apple and set it on a path it is today. Feeling nostalgic? Check out this web app that replicates the iPod classic interface in your browser and syncs with your Spotify or Apple Music library.
Fortune has decided that now is a good time to take a look back at some of the most iconic designs over the course of our "modern times".
You may have noticed it already, but if not here it goes: Apple no longer offers its personalized laser engraving feature for replacement iPod devices.
Stripe CEO Patrick Collison shared on Twitter how the original iPod music player was made after asking former Apple engineer and the iPod "Godfather" Tony Fadell to spill the beans on the incredibly rapid timeline of the product.
Apple's advertising slogan "There's an app for that" for the App Store was so catchy because it was true, so how about an app for all you iPod classic fans out there?
The much-improved Files app on iOS 13 gained support for external drives. iDownloadBlog reader Niles Mitchell previously connected all sorts of legacy devices with his iPhone running the iOS 13 software so it came natural to him to try doing the same with his good ol' iPod.
Out of the blue, Apple delivered a seventh-generation iPod touch media player earlier this week, a repackaged version of the 2015 predecessor sporting an updated processor and double the flash storage rather than a thorough revamp with an edge-to-edge display, Face ID and so forth. The refreshed device still has a lot going for it so we thought we'd review the new iPod touch for iDB readers who might be in the market for an affordable iOS gadget.
Apple today announced a seventh-generation iPod touch media player featuring the in-house designed A10 Fusion processor that made its debut in the iPhone 7 range back in 2017.