Usage of the device: Different iPod s catering to different phases of your life is available. The first factor in your purchasing decision should be on your own capability of using the provided apps – f you are one who wants your iPod to give you most of the features that an iPhone provides (besides the phone part) ,then the iPod Touch is an automatic selection. If that is not the case, then there are other lines to choose from including the iPod Shuffle@$49, iPod Nano starting@$129, and the iPod Classic@$249. We hereby provide you with a description of all these products.
iPod shuffle: This is the basic model having the lowest capacity. There is no screen available thereby making navigation cumbersome even though playlists have been provided. It has been given 2GB space that can hold hundreds of songs while the battery life is 15 hours. It suits a person who would like town a compact little player. This can be deemed to be an introductory model especially for children or as a workout partner.
iPod Nano: The form factor existing in iPod shuffle combined with the iPod Touch’s touchscreen interface brings to us the Nano. Capacities of 8GB and 16GB are available for $129 and $149 respectively; hence it is always advisable to go for the higher capacity model by paying the extra $20. Few exclusive features include FM radio built-in as well as multiple clock faces. The nano can be turned into a watch, by just buying a band. Being integrated with Nike+, the Nano is considered to be great workout tool.
iPod Classic: This comes to you at $249 offering you huge 160GB of space and is suitable for those having huge music collections and wanting to carry the same with them all the time. This is the only iPod retaining traditional features like the hard drive and click wheel.
iPod Touch: An 8GB capacity for $199, the iPod Touch, along with numerous apps, is also the best video player. Paying an extra $100 entitles you to 32 GB space, a worthy enough proposition. Further, a 64GB capacity can be got for $349 too.