What is an iPod?
Who are you, my mother? Well, it’s a reasonable enough question. Chances are that you are probably aware that it’s an iPod is a little gadget that your grandson wants for his birthday and that its costs a lot of money and what wrong with this transistor radio anyway? What’s wrong? Everything.
You want to know what is an iPod?
It’s a product created by Apple. Depending on which version you have its possibilities for functionality are seeming to approach limitless. Lets assume that you’re going to pick up the new 5th generation for the grandkid, because if he’s like most kids nowadays, he’s probably rude, disrespectful and ungrateful…unless he gets exactly what he wants; which is a 5th generation iPod.
When he opens it up and starts it up he’ll be looking at the possibility of storing up to 15,000 songs, and oddly enough he will too. He’ll be able to load his iPod up with 25,000 crystal clear color photos. His new best friend has the capacity to store up to 150 hours videos or movies that all have the same quality as the photos. And he can roam the mean streets of your quiet town for 20 hours before this thing runs out of batteries.
So aside from everything that should have tempted you to buy the kid one long ago, excellent quality, great capacity, podcast possibilities, etc; you’ve got every reason in the world to push aside your concerns.
The new iPods are smaller, lighter, and have more options than one could reasonably want. The new 5th generation iPod does so many things that you won’t be asking what is an iPod, but what isn’t an iPod.