worthless technology.xxstatic said:http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=ADME:B:WNA:US:112&item=150039722209&id=
I wonder if it truly is "untouched" would be nice for a collector.
I thought only the 5gig's were the first and originally Mac only Ipod's? I thought the Windows compatible ones were introe'd on the 2nd gen 10gig's?wwooden said:I don't think it is the actualy first gen iPod. Look at the picture of the box, it is "Mac" next to 5gig. The first iPod was only for Mac, I had it, and I don't remember the box saying Mac on it, it would be redundent.
I think the 2nd gen were when they came out with both Mac and Windows iPods, so they had to distinquish between the two.
I just replaced the battery's in both my 1st and 2nd gens (same battery's, found new ones for under 20$ shipped) and now they are getting close to 10hrs. playtime on them all else works just as new.wwooden said:I should have kept my 1st gen iPod, I gave it away to a family member a couple years ago. Still worked great, battery life was the only thing wrong, only lasted about an hour.
I think I still have the original box somewhere, maybe I will go find and try selling it on eBay. . Not really, I like holding onto Apple Boxes.
Apple reports that the original iPod models charge completely in "3 hours" and also will "fast charge" in 1 hour to 80% capacity.
*This model number is for the original 5 GB Mac compatible configuration. The 10 GB model introduced March 21, 2002 was assigned M8709LL/A, and the 5 GB (Scroll Wheel) model retained when the 10 GB and 20 GB "2G/Touch Wheel" models were introduced were assigned M8513LL/B (Mac) and M8697LL/A (Windows).