What is an iPod?
A lot of people are constantly using different Apple technology, because it is popular and works great. The company, in addition to smartphones and tablets, also has other product lines. For example, especially popular MacBooks, as well as iPods. However, not everyone knows what an iPod is, and how does an iPod differ from an iPhone and an iPad.
Let's take a closer look at all these questions.
What is ipod for
The iPod was introduced to the world in 2001 by Steve Jobs at the Apple conference. Initially, it was intended only for listening to music. However, today it performs many other functions.
At the moment there are many different branches in the models of iPod. For example, iPod nano, iPod touch and iPod shuffle. And each model is somewhat different in functionality or performance from the previous one. For example, the popular iPod touch has from 16 to 64 GB of internal memory, a 5 megapixel camera, dimensions of 123x58x6 and 88 grams of weight. These parameters may vary depending on the range of iPods.
Let's take a closer look at what an iPod can do:
- IPod knows how to listen to music in excellent quality. This function is the main for this device.
- Go to the Internet if there is a wireless access point.
- View videos, pictures, and books.
- Take photos and videos.
- Record on a dictaphone.
- To listen to the radio.
How does an iPod differ from other Apple devices?
Some models of iPod look very similar to iPhone, however, they have differences in functions and hardware inside. Consider the main differences of iPhone, iPod and iPad from each other:
- The iPod is wider, lighter and longer than the iPhone, but in terms of dimensions it is significantly inferior to the iPad tablet.
- IPod is much cheaper than iPhone and iPad. The normal price of an iPod is $ 299.
- Modern iPods have a Retina screen, which is significantly better than the screens of old iPhones and iPads. However, Apple's new product line has Retina screens.
- In the ipod usually the RAM is less than in the iphone and ipad. This is due to the fact that the ipod does not need to process massive data.
- Unlike the iPhone, the iPod does not know how to call and send SMS, however, it can interact with the Internet, call special programs via the Internet and send messages.
- IPod has not a very large number of applications to work in contrast to the iPhone and the iPad.