Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod classic 7th Generation
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My Favorite, and unfortanatly, discontinued iPod
5 January 2015
Summary: They need to keep making iPods like this, not the new ones that are all like smart phones. My arthritic fingers can't use those touch screens. I'll never understand why company's that make excellent products quit making them and replace them with a worse product.
Summary: When I learned that Apple would be discontinuing the Apple Ipod Classic 160Gb, I rushed to purchase at least two additional Ipods of this design. I have owned my existing Ipod Classic 6th generation 160gb device for over eight years and I am proud to say that it is still working just fine.
Summary: I have no complaints. This iPod is durable, bug free for as long as I've had it (I've owned three different iPod generations, and this is the only one I've had zero trouble with for 16 months and counting) and surprisingly unfragile. I drop things frequently.
Summary: Apple says they can't make these anymore because the parts are unavailable. So, I got it used! I gave this used Ipod one star because the seller decided to make the product description read like the scratches on the back of the Ipod couldn't be restored. No, no...
Summary: bought because Apple discontinued this product .... and didn't want to be without it,,,,best item Apple has ever made and should have redesigned it to use lightening... better yet, should have kept the 80 gb one they discontinued years ago.... for a smart company they can do some very STUPID things.
Apple should keep this around and expand upon it.....
Joel K. Mitchell "Joel K. Mitchell", Amazon
14 May 2014
Summary: .....it would be a mistake to discontinue the classic iPod nanos. The thing that made Apple famous initially was not the iPhone. It was the iPods aka nano devices that were essentially just MP3 players. These died out once the iPhone could essentially do the same thing + be a phone + have apps, etc.
Summary: I've owned two iPods that experienced mechanical failures. These are new well-treated devices that were never dropped or exposed to shock, vibration, or hot surfaces. Most recently, the 160G iPod Classic randomly turns itself on -- or off during use.
Summary: I bought this for a Christmas gift for my 20yr.old daughter. I purchased it in November of 2013. She opened it on December 25th and it worked good for a week and then she said it started going off and on. Then that next week it just stop working.
Summary: I bought this for my daughter. Really nice piece. Beautiful sound. Very happy with this purchase, especially since it was the least expensive one that I found - online or elsewhere. And, with the RedCard savings, especially nice.