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Have an iPod touch? Sister site EveryMac.com has a Mac specs app (that also covers the iPod models) entirely designed for the small screen of the iPod touch. Check it out!
Established in 1996, EveryMac.com originally spun-off EveryiPod.com to cover the iPod separately from the Mac and with greater detail. More recently, in response to the increasing diversity of Apple's "i" line, the spin-off site was expanded as Everyi.com.
EveryiPod.com since has been repurposed to highlight iPod-specific info from Everyi.com, like detailed specs and answers for all iPod models, much as the site did prior to the introduction of the iPhone and iPad. That's not all, though.
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Select the iPod of interest for complete specs and details on the exact model.
Also see: What are all the differences between the iPod touch 5th Generation (A1421/A1509) and the iPod touch 6th Generation (A1574)?
For specs on all iPod touch and iPod nano models, click the "All iPod touch Specs" and "All iPod nano Specs" tabs, respectively. For specs on every iPod from the original iPod released in 2001 to the current model, please refer to iPod Specs.
Select the iPod touch of interest for complete specs on the specific model.
Select the iPod nano of interest for complete specs on the specific model.
Since it was established in 1996, EveryMac.com has been answering Mac questions from readers. EveryiPod.com's iPod Q&A and iPod Troubleshooting & Repair Q&A likewise answer iPod specific questions in-depth.
The five most frequently asked iPod questions in each category follow:
Performance & Features
Troubleshooting & Repair
If your question is not answered above, be sure to see EveryiPod.com's iPod Q&A and iPod Troubleshooting & Repair Q&A with more than 100 questions answered. Official iPod manuals and unofficial forums for technical support may be useful, as well.
Apple's official instruction manuals for the popular iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle lines are linked in PDF format below. For older iPods, see iPod Manuals.
The model number is a specific identifier listed on each iPod in tiny print. For additional help identifying a specific model, refer to iPod Identification.
EveryiPod.com answers more than 100 frequently asked iPod questions and the manuals cover many basic issues, as well. If you have another question, perhaps a member of the iPod community can come to the rescue.
A selection of active iPod communities include:
|Apple (Official)||iLounge Forums||Everything iCafe||ModMyi Forums|
Before posting a new message in the above forums, or any forum, be sure to:
Following these tips will increase the likelihood that the iPod community will help you.
Hand-selected, quality reviews for the current iPod touch (6th Gen) -- as well as the final iPod nano (7th Gen), and iPod shuffle (4th Gen) -- follow. For the current iPod touch and the final iPod nano, video reviews are provided, too.
The well-known iLounge has in-depth multipage reviews covering capabilities, features, use, battery life, gaming, accessories and more for the current iPod touch as well as the final iPod nano and iPod shuffle.
Although not as detailed, ArsTechnica likewise has helpful reviews for the current iPod touch and the final iPod nano that may be of interest. You may also enjoy the site's "re-review" of the original iPod on its tenth birthday.
iPod Video Reviews:
Video reviews for the current iPod touch and the final iPod nano follow.
The first video, from DetroitBorg, covers the current iPod touch 6th Gen, and the second video, from Insanely Great, covers the final iPod nano 7th Gen. You also may be interested in the comprehensive written reviews listed above.
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