The second iPod ever

WORLD'S SECOND iPOD
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What was the world's second iPod?

After the huge explosion of popularity and success that the original iPod caused, the people at Apple, who make the iPod, decided that they needed to improve upon their original design and in 2002 they released the Second-Generation iPod.

Really this iPod was much like its predecessor, as it didn’t need all that many improvements. The body of the gadget looked pretty much the same but the hold switch was designed differently and the FireWire port had a cover over it. This second generation is also the model that made the touch-sensitive wheel of the iPod so popular as its previous model featured a mechanical wheel.

The front of the second-generation iPod also had rounded corners and edges, just as the original iPod did. The 10GB model of this iPod was available in the United States for $399 and there was also a model that carried 20GB available for $499. The 5GB model of the original iPod was still available but its price was dropped to $299.

The second-generation iPod also didn’t come installed with iTunes but instead MusicMatch Jukebox. This was because this model was the first available to customers who owned both Macs and PCs.


A Second-Generation iPod


The second iPod ever

The second iPod ever

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