While others are keen to keep on using their iPod, whatever version, as long as it's still working properly and pumpin' out killer tunes...
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I have been using my shuffle at the gym for the last 7 years and will continue to do so. When it dies I'll have to do a little research and see what my next gym player is going to be.
Yes. The music in my car is still sourced from two iPod Classics which I rotate. I'm tired of syncing but I haven't really found a better alternative for the car and I'd rather not stream music from my phone. I'm constantly worried that the iPod Classics will stop working but somehow they keep chugging along.
My iPod classic froze, and restarted itself. All my music was erased as a result. It appears to work fine, however when I try to sync it an error pops up. So I need to take it in and see what they say. Sent from the iMore App
I use a 32g iPod Touch for podcast downloads and a 160g iPod classic for all of my music. I only use my iPhone as a personal device.
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