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Discussion in 'Non-iOS iPods' started by gudboyARL, Jun 1, 2011.
Mine was ipod video 32GB and I'm not using it anymore.
ipod touch 1st gen
my first ipod was the first gen ipod shuffle (2005?)... and i no longer have it - taken away in an old heartbreaking story...
image from wikipedia
The battery can no longer hold the charge...
Yeah I keep it in work desk.
Nope. My first iPod was a Blue 4GB iPod Mini.
Hahaha. F* swapped my iPod video black 80gb for an sd card at greelhills way back! At that time, I still didn't know Philmug. If I'd known back then what I know now, I might have made a better decision not to swapped it for a F* sd card! baka nasa akin pa yun. it just a battery problem I think.
I also owned a 1st gen iPod shuffle followed by a 2nd gen iPod shuffle product RED - I think I still have it somewhere.
I sold my iPod touch 3rd gen.
This brings back memories...
My first iPod was an iPod Video (don't remember what gen but it was 2005ish) that I also swapped for my very first dog.
I remember getting bored of the iPod and having no money (being a poor college student), but I really, really wanted to get this shih tzu puppy I saw an ad for in Philippinepetfinder.
So I traded my iPod video for the shih tzu and never regretted it since. I had Tiny for 7 happy, memorable years before she sadly passed away.
I miss you Tiny!
still with us. 4th gen iPod (2004). The first full sized click wheel iPod.
Need to change battery but works great with our Focal
My iPod Touch 2nd gen from 2009 is still alive and kicking, with great battery life. It's my primary podcast player, and I pair it with my bluetooth speaker.
The chrome back still looks new due to the protective case.
And yes it can still connect to iTunes and download episodes over the air. How cool is that!
i still have it, the 4GB iPod Mini first generation; its no longer working, the battery died some years back, but i kept it in storage for keeps sake
It is my deepest regret that I wasted enough money to buy the 2001 iPod on blank CDs from CD-R King. I could have saved so much grief and time if I did.
Mine is still here, alive and kicking!
ipod classic by myjohnco, on Flickr
togerther with this:
ipod hifi by myjohnco, on Flickr