|Oct 17, 2011, 06:36 PM||#2|
There are only 6 generation of the ipod.
Although they started with an 80GB and a 160GB versions and at some point changed to a 120Gb version.
So more like a generation 6.5 at best.
|Oct 18, 2011, 12:49 PM||#3|
The 120GB and the newer 160GB are sometimes referred to as "7th gen."
There are a few differences from the 120GB (2008)/160GB (2009) vs the old 80GB/160GB model released in 2007, specifically:
- Shortcuts from the Now Playing list that allows you to skip straight to the album or artist song list
- Support for Apple Buds with Remote
|Oct 18, 2011, 04:03 PM||#4|
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Original 80/160 gig (fatty, dual platter)=6G
2009+ 160 gig=7G
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