What year was ipods invented?
From 2001 - 2002 although Microsoft is claiming to have invented the iPod interface earlier.
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When the iPod Nano was Invented . The iPod nano was invented by Apple Computer in 2005. It was animprovement over the previous iPod because it uses flash memoryinstead of a small hard disk, making it more indestructable. In 2007 the old ipod nano was booted out by the new ipod nano thatwas invente…d in 2007. 2005 (MORE)
Kane Kramer of England is credited with inventing the Digital Audio Player (DAP), called the "IXI" in 1979. It was the earliest form of the iPod. He took out a worldwide patent but that ran out when the firm he was with split. Apple admits that the I-pod is his creation. There is a link about Apple …admitting Kane Kramer was the inventor of the Ipod Apple manufacture the iPod today but certain chips inside iPods are made patent protected and manufactured in Britain and sold to Apple. Apple produced the device that they called an Ipod, a trade name for a digital audio player but bear in mind that other manufacturers made many other audio players known generically as MP3 players. Jon Rubinstein is credited as the person who actually created the ipod. Steve jobs employed him to create the ipod, in an eight month period of time, and in October 2001 it was released. John Lennon invented the ipod. It was a big box about 4ft tall with LP`S inside,and you pressed the numbers at the top to coincide with the record inside,then you put the headphones on,and listened to the record. It never took off? (MORE)
Answer . The iPod nano was probably invented in the USA, though not by Steve Jobs, but it is basically a reduced form of the iPod, so it could have been a team who made it, by trying to make the iPod smaller, using a flash drive instead of a small hard disk.
Answer . The iPod Nano was invented to make the iPod smaller and lighter, thus more portable, to make it better, by using a flash drive instead of a small hard disk. It also dealt blows to its competitors, like creative, samsung, sony etc. It was also to boost apple's strangle hold on the MP3 pl…ayer market. However, it is reportedly not very good, the screen being easily scratched when it was first out on the market. (MORE)
Great Britain Kane Kramer of England, is credited with inventing the Digital Audio Player (DAP) called the "IXI" in 1979, the earliest form of the Ipod, took out a worldwide patent, but that ran out when the firm he was with split. DAP invented in Highgate, London. Apple admit that its his creati…on... http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2008/09/briton-invented.html? he did it because he is gay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL and so am i (MORE)
\n. \n Invention of the iPod \n. \n. \nOctober 23 2001 i think.\n. \nFollow the link:\n. \nhttp://www.apple.com/pr/library/2001/oct/23ipod.html
The iPod was announced on October 23, 2001 and released in November. The iPod took less then a year to construct and became a product of millions of dollars of profit and is still very popular today..
People wanted a way to make it easier to listen to music and play games while on the go in style. It was invented to tap that market.
Three men by the names of Jon Rubinstein Tony Fadell and Michael Dhuey from apple are credited with inventing the first apple ipod in only one year, but that is not when the first ipod was invented. Kane Kramer from England was credited with inventing the first ipod called the IXI in 1979.
The iPod was first invented by the American electronics engineer Tony Fadell in late 2000; the Apple computer company hired him in early 2001 to develop the idea, and helped him to make it commercially viable.
The Ipod was invented as a lightweight "on the go" Player for different mediums such as pictures, movies and more importantly, music. The original ipods only playing particular types of media really only included music, pictures and video; now with devices such as the ipod touch we can play games,… access mail and use the internet with the safari web browzer. (MORE)
Hi my name is Taylor not Taylor though ummmm. What to say about the ipods. Well lets get started.Im thinking that the cds were madly in love so they went to their pick up truck and you know what they did. They had CHICKENNNNNNNN. So that's my story and Im sticking to it.
The Ipod is a collection of trendy portable music players which was introduced by Apple. It was launched on October 2001. Jon Rubinstein with his team at Apple was given a one year's period to create the Apple Ipod. Tony Fadell and Michael Dhuey were also a part of the team. They successfully comple…ted the project and the did it. This is the team who invented the Ipod. (MORE)
Brendan Balfour was bornin 1987 . this ipod was invented by the guy named tony fadell
the name of the inventor of the ipod is tony fadell. the name of the inventor of the ipod is tony fadell. the name of the inventor of the ipod is tony fadell
Tony Fadell worked alongside Michael Dhuey, Sir Jonathan Ive, JonRubinstein, and others the develop the first iPod. The finalproduct was finished and released in 2001.
Steve Jobs didn't invent the iPod, he is (was) a CEO. Someone in the company would have come up with the concept, engineers would have made it a reality.
it was first MADE in 2005 but sold to public in 2007. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak invented it and it was made in the U.S.A. However the IPOD was created in China.
Behind the iPod Ipod is a portable media player launched by the Apple company in October 2001. The basic idea for the iPod iTunes was originally thought up by Tony Fadell, an independent contractor who presented the idea to many companies including Apple. Fadell and a creative team of designers,… engineers, and programmers worked together on the final product. Steve Jobs created the device's shape, feel, detail and design with the aid of Jonathan Ive, the director of Apple Co's Industrial Design Group. (MORE)
American inventor Tony Fadell invented the iPod. Tony was workingas a contractor at Apple when he invented the iPod.
It was brought to the general public on September 5, 2007. 1st I-Pod was invented by a British guy called Kane Kramer in 1979.
No Hattie did not invent the ipod because the ipod was invented before 2008 . No Hattie did not invent the ipod because the ipod was invented before 2008
Because some guy wanted to listen to music not a raido because it was to heavey and a ipod is tiny and not heavey.
They help in education. Children learn from hearing, but usually tapes that are supposed to teach lose their focus. Cute songs and rhymes can be recorded and downloaded onto their iPods so they could listen to it on a regular basis and won't forget.
Tony Fadell invented the iPod which is sold by Apple. He isconsidered the 'Father' of the iPod. He also invented the iPhone.
1. To make money 2. For users to store songs 3. To act like a PDA 4. To make more money
if your asking WHO invented the ipod than i think it's: John Lennon. im not quite sure, you might want to check that.
\n. \nThe iPod Touch was created to fill the market void for people who wanted the features of an iPhone without being tied to a contract or necessarily wanting the features of a phone. With the increased capacity of the iPod Touch over the iPhone (32gig for an iPod Touch, 16gig for an iPhone), it …has also come to fill the market voice for people who want both the features of the iPhone and the larger storage capacity of the iPod Touch. (MORE)
Apple's hardware engineering chief Jon Rubenstein assembled a team of engineers to design the iPod, including hardware engineers Tony Fadell and Michael Dhuey and design engineer Johnathon Ive.
Kane Kramer of England, is credited with inventing the music box called the "IXL" in 1979, the earliest form of the Ipod, took out a worldwide patent, but that ran out when the firm he was with split. Apple admit that its his creation. as for the name i Pod and the first actual I Pod see below. …. On July 24, 2000, Apple registered the iPod name for "a public internet kiosk enclosure containing computer equipment," . However the article below may indeed shed some light as to the true history of the naming "iPod and in fact it would seem that this was also the first use of the letter "i" as in the iPod first registered by futurologist and CEO of the iPod business Hugh Gray JP in Brisbane Australia, . Was in fact the first use of the letter "i" in a product, Which would even predate the "I Mac" . .Although some sites on the net do acknowledge this fact, . What most people and the Media do not know is that Apple had their Australian Lawyers investigate this claim and report back to Apple head office, . And they admit that the Australian Claim of Hugh Gray to be the first to come up with the name iPod and use the name commercially is true. Apple Computers have still not acknowledged this on their website. Where they still push the "Vinnie Chieco" story or their July 24, 2000 registration of the name in USA As being first use. . Even though they now have proof positive that it was registered in Brisbane Australia over 5 years earlier. and even though Hugh Gray has by common law Authors copyright for the use of the name I Pod This is well known tenet of law yet "Apple computers" continue to use it throughout the world and have not paid the author one cent in royalties. Even though the person who came up with the name lives on an aged Pension. yet Steve Jobs going by Forbes has a net worth of $5.8 Billion US Dollars. What is it they say about karma. And remember Steve you cant take it with you. At least talk to the Author personally Do the right thing. Just look at the sales figures below to see how much you have made. from i Pod. . iPod Worldwide Sales Q4 2001 - 130,000 Q1 2002 - 57,000 Q2 2002 - 54,000 Q3 2002 - 140,000 Q4 2002 - 219,000 Q1 2003 - 80,000 Q2 2003 - 304,000 Q3 2003 - 336,000 Q4 2003 - 733,000 Q1 2004 - 807,000 Q2 2004 - 860,000 Q3 2004 - 2,016,000 Q4 2004 - 4,580,000 Q1 2005 - 5,311,000 Q2 2005 - 6,155,000 Q3 2005 - 6,451,000 Q4 2005 - 14,043,000 Q1 2006 - 8,526,000 Q2 2006 - 8,111,000 Q3 2006 - 8,729,000 Q4 2006 - 21,066,000 Total Sales = 88,708,000 and that is only up till Dec 2006 One can assume that total sales as of 2009 will be well over 100 million Even if apple were to pay a minimum payment to the Author of only $1 per I pod sold. even without interest they would now owe if you have any Morality Mr Hugh Gray of Logan city Australia well over $100 Million US Dollars to date he has got nothing. . (MORE)
i think because it made it more intereting to ppl, and it has way more stuff than a ipod nano or shuffle
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Kane Kramer of England, is credited with inventing the Digital Audio Player (DAP) called the "IXI" in 1979, the earliest form of the Ipod, took out a worldwide patent, but that ran out when the firm he was with split. Apple admit that its his creation. American company Apple manufacture the modern… ipod today but certain chips inside ipods are made patent protected and manufactured in Britain and sold on to Apple. Kane Kramer Invented the Digital Audio Player,Apple then copied and updated the idea to create the I-Pod. The ipod was created by Apple in 2001. The CEO of Apple is Steve Jobs. There were probably many people involved in making the ipod, but in terms of actual names: the engineering chief was Jon Rubinstein, some hardware engineers were Tony Fadell and Michael Dhuey, and the design engineer was Jonathan Ive. Please see the related links below. (MORE)
Because it saved Apple computer company. Just to add on, unlike other inventions, the ipod touch allowed users to access the world within their palms anywhere in the world.
cause he didn't like the mp3 he had and had all new ways it could be better so he got a team and put one together
They will have done market research to find out what people wanted. They will have designed the hardware it needs to work. They will have developed the software that goes with it. There you have it, the iPod!
I'm not quite sure when it was invented but i think It was launched in October 2001.
An englishman named Kane Kramer invented the iPod in 1979, when he was 23 years old..
Because it was a hassle buying CD's if you only wanted one song on it, and why carry around 20 CD's for 20 songs?
The company Apple invented the IPod. And by whom, do you mean "why"? If that is the question, then I think Apple invented the IPod because people wanted something new , or maybe they didn't have a way to entertain themselves when they went out grocery shopping or to the gym. The IPod can contain… music, videos, pictures, movies, and much more. (MORE)
in Britain because on some kids shows i watch like icarly they have a pear on the back of the iPod instead of a apple and we have apple computers here
The owner of apple (last name is Jobs) had an idea and he made it happen and it worked. Then the iPod developed into the iPod's now
Some man at Apple I suppose? Maybe Steve Jobs before he sadly got taken away from us... The mans a legend.
he used the idea from the apple company and used that info for himself he made his own design.
Alexander Graham Bell lived his entire life and died long before the invention of the iPod.
There is no such invention as the iPod computer. The computer and an iPod are two separate devices.
The iPod was invented to sell and make money for the Apple company, its employees, and its investors.
All iPod and Apple appliances were developed in Cupertino, California. However, the products are made in China.
A very smart person. From a small hick town in nebraska. They have themselvers a folder life now.
Besides earning a reputation as a respected entertainment device, the iPod has also been accepted as a business device. Government departments, major institutions and international organizations have turned to the iPod line as a delivery mechanism for business communication and training, such as the… Royal and Western Infirmaries in Glasgow, Scotland, where iPods are used to train new staff. iPods have also gained popularity for use in education. Apple offers more information on educational uses for iPods on their website, including a collection of lesson plans. There has also been academic research done in this area in nursing education , and more general K-16 education. Duke University provided iPods to all incoming freshmen in the fall of 2004, and the iPod program continues today with modifications. Entertainment Weekly put it on its end-of-the-decade, "best-of" list, saying, "Yes, children, there really was a time when we roamed the earth without thousands of our favorite jams tucked comfortably into our hip pockets. (MORE)