Apple introduces new iPods, oddly ditches 15GB model  SEP 08 2003

Apple introduces new iPods, oddly ditches 15GB model.

There are 10 reader comments

Ferrell37 08 2003 2:37PM

..and replaces it with the 20, what's so odd about that? Same price, more space. Woo.

Nony Mouse43 08 2003 2:43PM

Makes sense to me.

Beth00 08 2003 3:00PM

Fucking A! And me with my newly obtained 2nd gen. 20GB. At least when I upgrade I can outdo my sister's spanking new 30GB. Jesus, when would any human need to have a months worth of music though? And actually, those touch buttons are crazy-sensitive.

phil03 08 2003 7:03PM

is there anyone who even legally owns 10,000 songs that you actually want to hear? i guess it would be cool to get a dozen shostakovich symponies on on device, or a single uncompressed mahler symphony......

ta40 08 200311:40PM

Fuck the ipod. Imac all the way ;)

Glutton52 09 2003 6:52AM

I would love to get old radio shows on MP3 and listen to them at work. That would be great.

Beth45 09 200312:45PM

I've been meaning to take advantage of Audible.com's "This American Life" deal. Now THAT would help keep me sane at work. Ira Glass's soothing nasality...

Ryan15 09 2003 8:15PM

Well, the 30gb(which had the 15gb, or half the size) is now the 40gb, which has the 20gb and the 10gb. 10gb X 2 = 20gb X 2 = 40gb. All nice and symetrical.

Charles Crabtree47 11 2003 4:47AM

Has anyone been impressed by the new iPod page? I question the value of a styleswitcher that only swaps two image files . . .

Lewin Luigi 38 25 2004 9:38PM

Just as a solid rock is not shaken by the storm, even so the wise are not affected by praise or blame.

This thread is closed to new comments. Thanks to everyone who responded.

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