Well I have a 2 gigabyte on my iPod and it can hold up to 500 songs so maybe one gig may hold about 200 or 300. So maybe 250 because that is half of 500.
About 250 songs
One gigabyte can hold about 250, 4-minute songs. Since the available storage on an iPhone is about 6.5 gigs, you will be able to hold up to about 1,600 songs.
It can hold 1000 songs, give or take
-I am not sure about one gig, but my iPod has 60 and it hold around 14000 songs.. hope that helps. -It can hold up to 240 songs, but the new ipod shuffle can hold up to 1,000 songs.
200 - 250 per gigabyte. One minute of song is approximately 1,000 kilobytes. i dont know ? :|
about 250 songs.
One GB equals one Gigabyte, which in turn is one thousand megabytes. That is enough space to hold about 200 songs on a ipod.
There is no 1 Gigabyte Itouch but the following sizes hold: * 8GB, 16GB, or 32GB flash drive1 * Holds up to 1,750, 3,500, or 7,000 songs in 128-Kbps AAC format
The 32 GB one can hold more songs and apps, as it has 4 times as much memory.
* it depends : there are many versions of each ipod. How many gb of each one?? * +, about 2,000
It depends how long the songs are! It depends how long the songs are!
Roughly, about 125 songs
about 3,ooo no i had an one ipod that had 30 g and it holds 30 000 songs now i have an 80g ipod classic
the new iphone comes in a 16 GB and 32 GB which i believe is 3500 or 7000 songs you can also choose white or black and its the price of the old one, 199 or 299. the iphone 3G is only 99 or 199 now
well if one GB holds 250 songs then times 250 by 30 250x30=7500songs :P =O.O= -Adie
about two one and a half hour movies. one DVD is around 4 gb
That depends. A 16 gigabyte flash drive will hold up to 16 gigabytes. Every single file on your computer is a little different in size. You could have 16 one gigabyte files, or one 16 gigabyte file, or one 6 gigabyte file two 1 gigabyte files two 2 gigabyte files and one 4 gigabyte file.
One gigabyte will hold about 250, 4-minute songs. A 32GB iPod only has about 28GB of storage available. So a 32GB iPod will hold about 7,000 songs.
If you limited yourself to 128Kbps encoding and each one of your songs was 3 minutes and 30 seconds long, you could store approximately 3,5714 songs on one, neglecting reserved space and the misleading size of all hard drives.
250 3-4 minute songs can fit in 1 GB. 1 TB is 1,536 GB. So, about 384,000 3-4 minute songs can fit in one TB.
One gigabyte (GB) equals one thousand megabytes (MB). If you figure the average mp3 is 4 MB, then that's room for 250 (1000/4) songs. If you use 3 MB for a song instead, that's 333 (1000/3) songs. So it depends on how long most of the songs you listen to are.
there are 1000 minutes in 1 gb which you can contain lots off stuff: example, songs, pictures etc.
There is no limit except for the storage capacity of your computer. In one gigabyte (GB) you can hold well over one hundred million icons, which is only about a hundreth of the capacity it likely has.
I guess about 2000 -12,000, but I can't think of a situation where your RAM would need to handle more than one or two songs at a time. You see, RAM (rapid access memory) isn't used for storage. For storing data (like music), you should look at the capacity of the hard drive. An 8 GB drive should hold at least 2000 mp3 songs. Generally, a computer with 8 GB RAM would have a hard drive size of at least 500 GB (which would hold at least 100,000-200,000 songs).