Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod classic 7th Generation
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Great Device For Those Looking To Listen To Music
Brian Wyss, Amazon
5 November 2013
Summary: I am not a huge fan of Apple in general, but this is the only large capacity MP3 player that I know of. I enjoy being able to listen to my entire collection whenever and wherever I want to. I have a smartphone so I did not need internet access through my iPod.
Summary: This is exactly what I wanted and needed. The ipod arrived in excellent condition. I wasn't sure what to choose due to not knowing about these devices but am very impressed and satisfied with what I had received and don't regret it one bit. Also,much easier for me to use than I thought it would be.
Summary: This iPod fulfills the manufacturer standards for the 7th generation product. This product, however, is not the newest model available. Perhaps the seller was unaware of the availability of the 8th generation model.
Summary: I started using this type of ipod because my last ipod I lost the nano 5th. My dad got this same ipod for Father's Day and is not a real lover for Apple so he gave me his. But then it started to not work.
Summary: To me, I would use this iPod over an iPhone any day of the week. I have an iPhone 4S 60 GB and I'm maxed out. I probably only put a couple of thousand songs on the 4S, but the capacity is just nowhere where it should be. I feel that 160 GB is wonderful.
Summary: The classic may not be the flashiest of the iPods but it gives you the most bang for your buck. Compare storage and price for the flashier touch model, and you'll discover the memory vs price difference is huge.