What microprocessors are used in apple iPods?
to eat apples and break the ipod to make apple more money fixing them
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your answer is like this.. (What is a brain used for?) microprocessor is brain of computer.. it calculate all the arithmetic & logical calculations... it controls all… the devices & tasks...like our brain controls the balance of the body & our hands,legs,mouth.. etc....
it can performs any operations within micro second
The original 1977 Apple II had a MOS Technology 6502 microprocessor running at 1 MHz.
All iPods are designed in California and assembled in China. They are sold all around the world.
The full-size pre-color display iPod models -- the original iPod, iPod 2G, iPod 3G, iPod 4G, and iPod U2 Special Edition -- all use Chicago, the same font used for the origina…l Macintosh interface. The iPod mini and iPod mini 2G use Espy Sans, the same font used on the Newton. iPods with color displays -- starting with the iPod photo and continuing to the iPod (5GE) models -- use a font called "Myriad", and the iPod classic models, iPod nano 3G, iPod nano 4G, iPod nano 5G, and the iPod touch models use Helvetica, like the iPhone.
they help find little details that may be hard to see with the naked eye
.m4a I think.
I'd say yes. I have an Apple iPhone 4 in Iran and it's working perfectly. But it's difficult to buy applications. so you sort of "have to" use cracked ones.
Apple ipods are primarily used for listening to music. Songs must be loaded onto most ipods with a computer. This can be helpful when exercising or engaging in other activitie…s, although you should not listen to music through headphones while driving. Variants of the ipod, such as the itouch, can also play videos, games and run applications, which can be free or for a fee and are downloaded with a computer or over a wireless network. It is best to list what you need in your music player, then shop around for different apple products and products from other companies before purchasing an ipod or an ipod variant.
In Mac OS
no any computer with itunes is fine. just download itunes free from the internet
Depends entirely on what you need it to do-- If you're going to be using extremely high-end, heavily threaded applications, then an i7 may be your best bet, due to its extensi…ve performance. A cheaper alternative for extremely threaded applications is the cheaper FX 8-core processors. Other than this, your rundown becomes budget vs performance. AMD Phenom II quad cores are an excellent budget part, and are still performing on a level relevant in today's world. Intel parts take the cake performance-wise almost universally, but are typically far more expensive pound-for-pound.