Happy Birthday iPod

Happy Birthday iPod

This Sunday the iPod personal music player turns 10 years old. Devised by Apple CEO Steve Jobs and engineers including Tony Fadell and Jon Rubinstein, the device let users download files from Apple’s iTunes site and organize their music in “playlists.” The device dominated the market, “iPod” is now a generic term for any portable MP3 player, and audio download “podcasts” are a feature of many websites.

“1,000 Songs in Your Pocket: Happy Birthday iPod,” Michael Ray, Britannica Blog

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One Response to “Happy Birthday iPod”

  1. Mike Licht Says:


    “Happy 10th birthday to the iPod – the little machine that changed our lives,” Shane Richmond, The Telegraph

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