Starting today, you can buy a gold iPod Touch. It’s actually not as lame as it sounds. Beneath its golden shell, the iPod is starting to look a little bit like the low-cost phones that so many of its competitors are working on, too.
Forgetting that iPods existed until just this moment, Apple just quietly updated its iPod lineup bringing the iPod Touch up-to-date with its current iPhone hardware. That means an improved A8 chip (compared to the old A5) and an 8-megapixel camera just like the iPhone 6.
You want an iPod Touch and/or iPod Nano in "Space Grey"? You got it! Because of course. Goldpagne however, is still reserved for the iPhone 5S bourgeoisie.
Sometimes you realize that the shorts you put on don't actually have pockets or that the pockets on your jacket are really inaccessible. And then your day is ruined. If you had a t-shirt with a clear plastic gadget pocket this would never have been an issue. Obviously.
Have an old iPod dock lying around? It's not entirely useless with your iPhone 5 and its new lightning connector. All you need is a cheap Bluetooth adapter and you're back in business.
Brand new iPod Nanos also joined Apple's iPhone 5 party at the Moscone Center today. The totally redesigned junior MP3 players have a larger display, and come in seven beautiful candy-hued colors.
You're at a party. It's lame. There's a laptop in the corner running iTunes, and people are taking turns DJing to try to liven up the crowd. Unfortunately, the guy with the fingerless gloves is hogging the computer, and his circa-1994 drum and bass jams are failing.
Apple realized that wearing the iPod nano as a watch became a thing, so when they introduced the new iPod nano they tossed in 18 different watch faces to keep people from ever getting bored. Some of them are pretty weird! Here's five.
October 4. That's when Apple's announcing the iPhone 5, according to All Things D. A little later than most of us expected, or hoped. And it's probably more than just the iPhone 5. iOS 5. iPods. iCloud's big launch.
Kodawarisan, a Japanese web site, is reporting that Apple's Fall Event, which previously focused on iPods but will likely include the iPhone 5 announcement this year, is scheduled for Wednesday Sepetember 7th, 2011. The rumored date jives well with previous years.
While we were loathe to even mention Apple's lame, revamped back-to-school promotion in June, the rest of the country saw the deal as too good to pass up. Apple products are simply killing it in schools, people, killing it.
The Vatican's lending iPods to pilgrims touring the Catholic church's stomping ground. The aim is twofold: On one hand, it'll lower noise brought on by yapping tour guides; on the other, they hope to attract younger members of the faith.
It's a beauty, isn't it? From the loins of Korean architect Shi-hyung Jeon, the Horn iPod dock has been inspired by traditional Korean dress. If you squint, it almost looks like two sleeves enveloping the central dock.
Look at them all: iPods and iPhones of every color and every generation. It's a king's ransom of iProducts—except every single one of them is a fake.
Phew! What a year. We're in the home stretch of 2010, and that means it's (sorta last minute) shopping time. So we've got you covered. Below is our freshly updated best of the best in gadgets—with new champions!
Lil Wayne's only got a month left on his eight-month stint at Riker's, but he's going to be spending it all by his lonesome. The guards who found the rapper's contraband iPod, charger, and headphones have banished him to solitary.
Apple initially said that AirPrint, their wireless printing protocol, would come to "iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (second generation and later)" with the arrival of iOS 4.2. Now they're saying it's those first three and "iPod touch (third generation and later)." Granted, you may not have actually printed…