Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod Classic / 6th Generation
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get what you paid for
24 September 2013
Summary: its a bit laggy and shifts on what i can only assume is memory cards while playing, doesnt hold up to the apple standard but i only paid about half the price so, yea, i guess i got what i paid for.
Excerpt: We just bought our daughter a 4GB ipod. After a couple months it quit working, but we were able to get a trade in. She enjoys being able to put tv shows on it and listen to music. It does seem a little harder to use than just a regular mp3 player as far as synching goes. I like to just drag and drop music from the computer to my mp3 player, but so far we haven't been able to do that with the ipod. She enjoys it though, so I am giving it a solid three stars.
Excerpt: What agreat piece of equipment. it rocks for those of you that are into using simple electronic items. It's easy to use and sound great. Store all your favorite music songs on this great little player.
The Apple - iPod Classic 160GB Media Player is too delicate.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Apple - iPod Classic 160GB Media Player has a lot of space and is very easy to search through, however, at the same time, it is very delicate, this specifically concerning the screen, which brakes or cracks rather easily.
Excerpt: The Ipod Classic is a improvement, but still has a few problems. The Ipod still has problems with freezing. I also wish there was a way to change the cover flow view to the original view that came with the ipod video. Big improvement with the memory size, and much smaller than the ipod video 80G.
Apple IPOD is ok but make sure its fully charged all the time
9 September 2012
Excerpt: this is my opinion of my 8GB Apple Ipod. I bought a brand new one and I usually kept it plugged in to charge and I unplugged it one time and didnt use it for like 2 month, and it totally died. I had to complain hard to Apple to send me another one. I think the one they sent me was used but I have no proof. It came with a 90 day warranty but I keep it plugged in all the time. I dont dare to not keep it fully charged.
Excerpt: Due to lack of alternatives I bought the iPod 160 GB . The place I need to get my CD collection to get at. The first shock came at the first synchronization: Complicated sort by tags, not a file tree present, no way to edit files in the device and navigate (without deleting PC is no way to something!). Improperly tagged songs are complicated integrated into the database. Since I was probably far from Archos 5 year old spoiled.
Apple iPod classic 80GB Ok for casual users, not the audiophiles
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I recieved the iPod Classic 80 gigabite model as a gift. It seems quite sturdy, and the interface is okay. The positives are the look (it's really sharp) and the portability. As a bit of an audiophile, I have to complain about the lack of support for flac files. Flac files are lossless, and the iPod only plays the Apple Lossless files, which are quite weak in comparison to flac's, as you cannot guarantee the accuracy of your rip.
Excerpt: I got my first IPOD in Dec of 2007 it was the classic IPOD. I was so excited I couldn't wait to get to the gym to try it out. I spent the next few hours downloading songs. Once I had enough good workout songs I went to 24 hour fitness. I couldn't understand why it kept jumping as I ran on the treadmill. I asked some friends to see if this was a common problem and it was. I decided to take it to the Apple store to see if they could fix it.
Excerpt: This ipod classic is literally my baby . I have the 80 g one and i love it. I carry it everywhere with ,e and i use it everyewhere. Its great because its skinny and can fit into my super super skinny jeans back pocket. I can use it while my mom is at the store and im supe bored . Also when someone is giving me a speach i can just press the play button!!!!! plus the volume level is really important because i have a tendency to only want to be able to hear my music.