“With more than 700,000 units sold, the industry-leading iPod has received accolades for its small size, ease-of-use, and distinct design. Yet this iconic Walkman for the Digital Age still has room for improvement,” writes James Kim of Tech TV.
Kim continues, “But Apple now seems to have taken a few steps closer to mobile music player perfection with the introduction of its third-generation iPods. Boasting a thinner, lighter, and curvier design, a new user interface, and several key firmware improvements, the new iPod should have no problems building on its success. Add bigger hard drives and more competitive price points and the iPod has never been a more attractive purchase. However, battery life has taken a 20-percent hit, falling from a standard 10-plus hours to about eight hours per charge.”
“The third-generation iPod is a tech treasure. Better firmware and a sleeker, curvier design make this version the best so far, even with a 20-percent decrease in battery life,” Kim concludes.
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