In 2000, digital music players were either big and clunky or small and useless with equally terrible user interfaces. Apple saw the opportunity and announced the release of the iPod, their first portable music player on October 23, 2001.
At first, the reactions were confused and hostile, critics lambasted the $400 price tag, the unconventional scroll wheel and the lack of Windows compatibility. Despite all this, the iPod sold beyond everyone's expectations, went on to revolutionize the entire music industry, and the rest is history.
On October 23, 2001 Steve Jobs forever changed the course of media and entertainment distribution when he unveiled his creation, the Apple Ipod.
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- Soheil: That is NOT what the ipod 5 looks like not even CLOSE guys! Seriously update that PLEASE!
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- Omg9-11: I love I-Pod!!
- beverly: You can download music from the computer on it right someone told me you can’t I found it I have the touch but don’t know about this one the I pod mini...
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