Apple debuted the first iPod to the public on October 23, 2001. Internally, the project was referred to as Dulcimer and was conducted under the leadership of Tony Fadell, who conceptualized the device in February of 2001.Continue Reading
Tony Fadell was hired by Apple in February of 2001, and he created the concept and the initial design for the iPod. The first iteration of the device was released in late 2001, but the product did not catch on until later versions introduced Windows compatibility.
Fadell was promoted to vice president in 2004 and senior vice president in charge of the iPod division in 2006. He left the company in 2008 to found Nest Labs, which was then acquired by Google.Learn more about Inventions
You can dowload music to an iPod using Apple's digital music store iTunes. Music can either be bought directly on an iPod or you can use a PC/Mac to buy music and sync the music to an iPod.Full Answer >
The official Apple support website hosts comprehensive instructions for troubleshooting iPod issues. Many of the third-party websites that offer repair services or sell iPod parts, such as GeekSquad and iFixit, also provide free instructions for identifying and fixing minor issues with Apple products.Full Answer >
A 32 gigabyte iPod, manufactured by Apple, can hold up to 7,000 songs. This figure assumes that the songs are in 128 Kbps AAC format. The capacity of the iPod is different for other song formats.Full Answer >
The Watchtower Library application can be installed on the Apple iPod by downloading it for free fromthe Apple Store. The Watchtower Library app also works for the iPad and iPhoneand, as of February 27, 2015, is available in version 1.4.1. Like most other apps on the App Store, the Watchtower Library app automatically installs itself on the device after the entire file has been downloaded.Full Answer >