It’s been 15 years since Apple first introduced the iPod. While many tech blogs celebrated the 15th birthday of iPod, but the most important people or dad of iPod (Apple), appears to have forgotten the scene somehow.
The first version of the iPod was introduced by Steve Jobs, 15 years back, in 2001. This product transformed the face of MP3 players forever. In 2003, the company not only unveiled a new iPod with Windows users in mind but also launched iTunes. With this, music lovers were able to buy any song they like, could sync the songs with an iPad and listen to them within a matter of minutes, without doing CD ripping or needing unofficial peer-to-peer sites.
Apple’s iPod has ruled the roost for a long time. Even it can be marked as the device that took Apple from position of a computer manufacturer to the largest tech company on the earth. Though the technology has moved on, it’s quite unfair from Apple to not to celebrate the 15th birthday of iPod.
The maker of iPod has issued no press release to mark the occasion. Even there is no tweet from the company’s official account.
With this forgetfulness, it seems Apple now has no room left for the iPod. The company still makes the iPad touch but has already stopped listing it on its official website navigation. Last year, Apple even revealed that it would no longer report its iPod sales.
The product, which was once the pride of the company, is now breathing in the island of outdated technology. No worries iPod! We understand how much painful this can be. SoftwareVilla is with you on your special day. Happy Birthday!
The device is almost on its death bed and at this time Apple could show, at least, some respect to its image maker. There can be some celebration on the 15th birthday of iPod from Apple’s side. We’ll update you as soon as we get any information on the topic of iPod’s 15th birthday.
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