iPod History: 10 Milestones in This Wearable Music Player's Evolution

Reisinger, Don
October 2014
eWeek;10/31/2014, p1
The article offers several information related to history of iPod, a digital music player from consumer electronics manufacturer Apple Inc. Topics include official launch of iPod in October 2001 to facilitate consumers to bring 1,000 songs with them, launch of the iPod Mini in 2004 in five different colors, and decrease in sales of iPod in 2007 due to the launch of iPhones.


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