In episode 567, the Macworld staff talks about what we may see in the new iPhones, reminisce about the iPod shuffle and iPod nano, and how Apple’s new campus may lead to the downfall of the company (not really). Also, this is the first time we've... ( read original story ...)
“Right after the keynote in which Steve Jobs introduced the iPod shuffle, I went backstage with one question in mind: What makes an iPod an iPod?” Steve Levy recalls for Wired. “By then — January 11, 2005 — I had staked my own claim to iPod ... ( read original story ...)
Revenue from Other Products — which includes the Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats products, the iPod, and Apple-branded and third-party accessories — grew 23% YoY during the quarter, accounting for $2.7 billion, compared with $2.2 billion in Q3 2016. ( read original story ...)
you'll hear from Apple executives as they discuss the earnings report and give hints about what's to come. To listen, you'll need an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 6.0 or later, a Mac with Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X v10.6.8 or later or a ... ( read original story ...
Apple announced last week that the iPod shuffle and iPod nano are being discontinued, according to an article on TechCrunch. From now on, the iPod lineup will be reduced to just two kinds of iPod touch with increased storage capacity. According to ... ( read original story ...)
Apple has decided to bring an upgraded version of iPod Touch after discontinuing iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle. The first generation iPod Nano came into existence in 2005 as a replacement for iPod Mini. The device went through several generations and models ... ( read original story ...)
When I bought my first Walkman as a teenager in the late 1980s, it was a great development from carrying a large “boombox” stereo on my shoulders. Anyone who wasn’t alive at the time won’t understand just how liberating it was to suddenly be able ... ( read original story ...)