Apple Computer Markets The Red iPod In A Unique Way

By: Corbin Newlyn

Apple Computer is notable for there technological innovation. Their mobile music player, the iPod, is no exception. This device is capable of carrying thousands of songs at any one time, as well as videos and photographs. It can even replace your handheld organizer by tracking your appointments everyday. The iPods have so many uses that they have become more than just music 24 hours a day for teenagers but they have become actual dependable working gadgets.

On October 23rd 2001 Apple Computer introduced its first generation of the iPod. At that time a 5 GB hard drive iPod costs roughly $399. The price of the unit was denounced by critics, however the marketplace embraced it with great enthusiasm. MP3 players such as the Nomad Jukebox were quickly overtaken by the iPod.

Apple computer designed the iPod with simplicity in mind to the end user. It implemented a mechanical scroll wheel and outsourced the development to Synaptics, a company which also developed the trackpad used for Apple Computers PowerBooks.

IPod's first-generation featured four buttons (play/pause, menu, forward, and back) set up around the perimeter of the scroll wheel, and a single Select button within the center.

Apple computer, at least every couple of years makes sure to keep on adding to their production line. The original iPod was followed by the iPod Nano and the most recent addition is the iPod shuffle, which is the smallest, lightest music device with a high capacity.

Most Current Verion

Most of the models within the Apple iPods line have loyal users. Each model has its own particular features to help fit different requirements. Apple has introduced a limited version of red iPod nano devices. The classic iPod color can only be modified if you put a custom case over at, however the iPod Nano models are the only types that come in various different colors such as green, blue, pink, red, white and black.

Proceeds From Each Apple Ipod Go To Good Cause

What is particularly unique about the red iPod nano is that it is not only a limited edition but also due to the fact that it is made with an additional purpose in mind: to help support AIDS in Africa, so when you purchase a red iPod nano, Apple will donate $10 of the proceeds to charity by buying a red iPod. You can pick up a red iPod Nano, by going to Apple computers official website or an official Apple computer store. You can also find them in most leading electronics department stores throughout the USA.

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