Portable Media Players have been very popular among music aficionados since late 1970s. Apple added iPod to the existing line of portable media players in 2001. Various versions of iPods,such as iPod Classic,iPod Touch,iPod nano and iPod Shuffle were released since it's introduction in the market. iPod is basically an mp3 player with storage capacity. The latest versions of iPod are capable of playing songs,games,movies and photo slide shows. The multimedia files are stored in an internal hard disk,whose memory capacity ranges from 2GB to 160GB. iPod could also be used as an external data storage drive. All models of iPod have been reintroduced many times since their initial releases with new features. iTune software,designed and developed by Apple Inc,could be used to transfer multimedia files from a computer to iPod and vice versa. Apart from running iTune software,several other methods are available for transferring files from a PC to iPod and the other way round. Below find the details of online tech support for iPod problems.
Apple Inc is not novice in development of digital devices. It started developing software for digital devices long ago. After finding the existing digital media players clunky and awful, the Apple management decided to design and develop a new media player,which is iPod. The design process started by the end of 1990s. The arrival of iPod was announced on 23rd October,2001. The final product was formally released on 10th November,2001.
Being a product of Apple,iPod could be used with Mac computers.
Many users face problems while connecting iPod to computers and other devices. In such cases, it is advisable to seek assistance from either iPod repair services or PC support providers,such as Dell support, Lenovo support, HP support, IBM support services.