Charlotte Henry and Dave Hamilton join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the Cable Haunt malware, and the (rapid) iPod development timeline.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the iPod turning 18, and how Apple and its events have changed since 2001.
Johnathon Heaf writes how Apple’s white earbuds changed the industry forever. It all started with the iPod.
The “silhouette campaign” ads, which I’m sure many of you remember more than the early hardware, focused on the white earbuds that came with each iPod – a design feature that Ive has since stated was pure serendipity.
When he first saw the ads, Steve Jobs was worried the iPod wasn’t visible enough. Yet they were popular because they were fun and emotive.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to look at what’s working, and what isn’t, with Apple’s product naming conventions.
Apple is making a mistake by not making HomePod cross platform—if it did, the HomePod could become Apple’s next iPod.
The iPod in the photo is most likely the one that the Obamas gave the Queen, and not the one she bought in 2005. So what kind of music would be on the iPod?
The iPod showed Apple that it could be more than just a conventional computer company, and that changed everything.
It looks and sounds terrific, and should fill a marked void in Apple’s product offerings.
When you’re looking for an iTunes replacement, you want something that can do just about everything Apple’s software can do, but better. WALTR has been a good contender in this arena, and WALTR 2 offers functionality that iTunes doesn’t. The question is, does it work as designed? Come along with Jeff Butts as he reviews WALTR 2 and uncovers how well it performs.
An early iPhone prototype based on the iPod interface has been revealed in a leaked video, providing a glimpse at what could have been.