iPod classic

Discussion in 'iPod' started by ChrisGonzales90, Jun 17, 2010.

  1. ChrisGonzales90 macrumors 6502a

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    What generation do you refer the classic to be? 6th generation? That's what I call it

    Crap I ment to do a poll for this submission.
     
  2. puma1552 macrumors 601

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    2007 Classic 80 GB/fat 160 GB--6th gen
    2008 Classic 120 GB--6.5 gen
    2009 Classic thin 160 GB--7th gen
     
  3. g3powerbook boy macrumors member

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    i have a ipod classic 30gb. what generation is that. its screen is broken but still plays music great. only pain is you cant see what song its playing but as long as it plays who cares. its the white model too kinda a cool white almost pearl white.
     
  4. instaxgirl macrumors 65816

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    2005 iPod "video" 30/60GB - 6G
    2006 iPod "video" 30/80GB - 6.5G
    2007 iPod Classic - 7G. I tend to just call it an iPod Classic though, all the ones before were technically just iPod, no Classic.
     
  5. ChrisGonzales90 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    I think that may be the iPod "photo" which is like the 3rd gen

    It's still the same. Jobs said at the 2007 iPod event that the iPod will get a new name. The ipod classic is the one that started it all.
     
  6. longball11 macrumors 6502a

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    Wait..What? What are you talking about? iPod is going to change its name? I'm confused. When is it supposed to happen?
     
  7. ChrisGonzales90 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    :rolleyes:


    I said back in 2007 apple changed the ipod name to the iPod classic. Keep in mind we are not talking about the nano, shuffle or touch. We are talking about the hard drive player that's been around for the past nine years.
     

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