Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod Classic / 6th Generation
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Not Getting a Smartphone Until the Memory Equals This
Christopher R. Boccuzzi, Amazon
18 May 2014
Summary: I have about 33 GB of music and growing and gladly carry this around with a flip-phone. When the iPhone is capable of holding about 40 GB of music, I'll cave in and get a smartphone. Until then, long live the big iPod.
Summary: I have a large music library and wanted to upgrade to more storage space. I recently took a long road trip and never had to hear the same song twice. Sometimes there is a slight delay when changing songs or playlists but if you have a lot of tunes th...
Summary: I am not new to the iPod scene, as the 120 gb is now my third iPod. I purchased the 120 gb in silver, and upon its arrival, I downloaded all of my music, podcasts, and photos (about 20 gb) onto the iPod.
Summary: In a number of circles, the iPod Classic is now considered the "less sexy" iPod. Largely because of the things it appears to lack vis-a-vis the newest "fully-wired" iPods/iPhones: it doesn't have a phone function (d'oh!
Summary: The iPod classic is a bit of a relic. In the current iPod lineup, it looks a bit tawdry and bland next to the new iPod nano and touch. It does, however, offer something all the other iPods don't--lots of storage space.
Summary: No complaints once you get this device dialed in to your liking. After graduating from a 40 Gig Photo Classic to the 160, my only gripes after owning this device 1 month is the retarded "Volume Locking" portion and the Outlook Email syncing contacts (poorly written as syncing protocol - too long to...
Summary: Well, first off, it's my first iPod, so I have no previous experience with iPods hence I can't compare the new to the old. Here's my personal experience. Pros: I can however say, that my iPod does just what I want it to do.