Apple – iPod Classic

The iPod Classic is quite old, and it hasn’t been redesigned recently. It also only has very basic features, so the overview will be very simple.

Overview

With 160 GB of space, you can carry around your whole music library anywhere and everywhere.

The click wheel. It allows you to navigate your iPod easily. But, the Classic is the only iPod left that has it. I wonder why that would be?

Tech Specs

Size and Weight:

Height – 103.5 mm

Width – 61.8 mm

Depth – 10.5 mm

Weight – 140 grams

Capacity: 160 GB

Display: – 2.5 inch colour LCD with LED backlight

– 320 x 240 pixel resolution

Controls

Battery

Music playback time: Up to 36 hours

Video playback time: Up to 6 hours

Fast-charge time: about 2 hours (charges up to 80%)

Full charge time: about 4 hours

In the box

– iPod classic

– Earphones

– Dock Connector to USB Cable

– Quick Start guide

As I said at the start of the post, the classic hasn’t been re-released for more than three years! So, if I were you, I would DEFINITELY NOT buy the classic. You should just buy the new, and pretty darn awesome (if I do say so myself) nano. The only reason to get a classic is if you have a HUGE music library and don’t have any other devices to store it on. Then, you should get it, but only then. The next Apple post might not be for another week or so, because Slenderman’s Shadow have released the trailer for Carnival, which means we’re getting closer to the actual release of the secret project. Until next time, I will just reveal the next Apple post will be…

the iPod Touch (4th generation)

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