Apple Merges iPod & iPod Photo Lines

by Hadley Stern Jun 28, 2005

CUPERTINO, Calif., June 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/—Apple(R) today
announced that the iPod(R) and iPod photo lines are merging, creating a single
line of white iPods that all feature color displays with the ability to view
album artwork, photos and play slideshows in stunning color. The simplified
iPod lineup features a 20GB model, holding up to 5,000 songs priced at just
$299 and a 60GB model, holding up to 15,000 songs priced at $399. Also
starting today, iPods will offer an easy to use Podcast menu, including
bookmarking within a Podcast and the ability to display Podcast artwork in
“iPod customers love to enhance their listening experience with color,”
said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of iPod Product Marketing. “By
simplifying our iPod lineup to include 20GB and 60GB models with color screens
and the new Podcast menu, iPod and iTunes provide the world’s easiest and
appealing way to discover, subscribe, manage and listen to Podcasts.”
iPod’s color display provides a crisp, clear full color experience for
users to take their entire photo library with them or for viewing album
artwork, calendars, contacts and games. The 60GB iPod holds up to
25,000 digital photos, and the 20GB iPod holds up to 20,000 digital photos.
Both models feature the ability to import photos from a digital camera with
the optional iPod Camera Connector and let users combine their favorite music
and photos to create slideshows for viewing right on their iPod or for sharing
with family and friends on a big screen TV.


  • How does the 20 GB hold up to 20,000 photos and the 60 holds up to 25,000? Only 5000 more?

    donovan had this to say on Jun 28, 2005 Posts: 19
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