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|The Apple iPod touch 1st generation can easily house up to 1,750 songs in it, allowing you to carry practically every song in your PC. Get an amazing viewing experience on the 3.5-inch widescreen multi-touch display of this 1st generation iPod touch that makes menu navigation easy. Once charged, this Apple iPod gives 22 hours of audio playback and 5 hours of video playback. This 1st generation iPod touch allows you to view pictures in JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, PSD (Mac only), and PNG formats. You can also transfer songs and files to and from this Apple iPod via an integrated USB interface. The Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) connectivity in this device enables you to wirelessly transfer your data from the Apple iPod touch.|
|Model||iPod touch 1st Generation (8 GB)|
|MPN||MA623LL/A, MA623LL/B, MA623ZO/A, MA623ZP/A|
|UPC||0885909221097, 784090091086, 885909221035|
|Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Audio Supported Formats||Protected AAC|
|Video Supported Formats||H.264, M-JPEG, M4V, MPEG-4, Mov|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 22 Hours|
|Audio / Video Capabilities|
|MP3 Bit-Rate||16 kbps - 320 kbps|
|Max Video Resolution||480 x 320|
|Screen Size||3.5 Inch|
|Additional Features||Address Book|
|Supported Power Supply||Internal Battery, Rechargeable via USB cable|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Li-ion Battery|
|Storage Type||Built-in Memory, Hard Drive|
|Number Of Songs||1750|
|Frequency Response||20-20000 Hz|
The Apple iPod Touch has a large, video-worthy screen, a cutting-edge interface, and Wi-Fi Internet, e-mail, and music download capabilities.
The iPod Touch may cost too much for you, depending on your needs. It has a small capacity for a portable video player.
The iPod Touch is a beautiful product, inside and out, but prepare yourself for sticker shock.
Average review score based on 636 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Manufacturer Apple Inc.
Type Portable media player/PDA
Retail availability 1st generation: September 13, 2007
2nd generation: September 9, 2008
3rd generation: September 9, 2009 - present
Media Flash memory
1st/2nd generation: 8, 16 and 32 GB
3rd generation: 32 or 64 GB
Operating system iPhone OS
1st generation: 1.1 originally, 3.1.3 (build 7E18) with Software Update
2nd generation: 2.1.1 originally, 3.1.3 (build 7E18) with Software Update
3rd generation: 3.1.1 originally, 3.1.3 (build 7E18) with Software Update
Power Lithium-ion battery
1st generation: Audio - 22 hours, Video - 5 hours
2nd generation: Audio - 36 hours, Video - 6 hours
3rd generation: Audio - 30 hours, Video - 6 hours
CPU 1st generation: ARM11 620 MHz (underclocked to 400 MHz, then 412 MHz)
2nd generation: ARM11 620 MHz (underclocked to 533 MHz), with internal ARM7 core for Jazelle acceleration
3rd generation: ARM Cortex-A8 833 MHz (underclocked to 600 MHz)
Memory 1st/2nd generation: 128 MB DRAM
3rd generation: 256 MB DRAM
Display 320 × 480 px, 3.5 in (89 mm), 2:3 aspect ratio, 262,144-color LCD at 163 pixels per inch (ppi)
Graphics 1st/2nd generation: PowerVR MBX Lite
3rd generation: PowerVR SGX
Input Multi-touch touchscreen display, ambient light sensors, 3-axis accelerometer, volume buttons since 2nd generation, voice control on 3rd generation
Connectivity Wi-Fi (802.11b/g)
USB 2.0/Dock connector
Bluetooth (3rd generation; 2nd generation with minimum iPhone OS 3)
Dimensions 1st generation:
4.3 in (110 mm) (h)
2.4 in (61 mm) (w)
0.31 in (7.9 mm) (d)
4.3 in (110 mm) (h)
2.4 in (61 mm) (w)
0.33 in (8.4 mm) (d)
Weight 1st generation: 120 grams (4.2 oz)
The 2nd generation iPod Touch, featuring external volume controls, a built-in speaker, a contoured back, built-in Nike+, Bluetooth support, and the ability to connect a microphone, was unveiled on September 9, 2008, at the "Let's Rock" keynote presentation.
The 3rd generation iPod Touch with the new iPhone OS 3.1 was announced and subsequently released on September 9, 2009. It is available with 32 or 64 GB of flash memory. Apple also continued offering the 2nd generation 8 GB version. The new 3rd generation iPod Touch includes faster hardware (the same microprocessors, graphics engine, and RAM as the iPhone 3GS), a slightly lower battery life, voice control, light sensor, and bundled earphones with a remote and microphone.
The specifications as listed on Apple's website for the iPod Touch are:
Screen material: glass (arsenic free)
Screen size: 3.5 in
Screen resolution: 320x480 px at 163 ppi, with 3:2 aspect ratio
Input method: Multi-touch screen interface, Sleep/Wake button, Accelerometer, Home button, Volume Rocker buttons (2nd/3rd generation), voice control (3rd generation)
Operating system: iPhone OS (current version 3.1.3, build 7E18)
Storage: 8, 32 and 64 GB flash memory
CPU: Initially ARM 400 MHz, but now 412 MHz for 1st generation, 533 MHz for 2nd generation and ARM Cortex-A8 833 MHz underclocked to 600 MHz for 3rd generation
GPU: PowerVR MBX Lite in 2nd generation and PowerVR SGX GPU for 3rd generation
RAM: 128 MB DRAM in 1st & 2nd generation and 256 MB DRAM in 3rd generation
Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g)
Built-in rechargeable, non-removable lithium battery with up to 6 hours of video playback, an up to 36 (30 in 3rd generation) hours of audio playback, times vary.
Built-in audio speaker (except in 1st generation)
3.5 mm audio output
This is a great Ipod as far as design. The battery life is good for being used. Design is very nice for a generation 1 it still looks very modern and nice. The seller had taken very good care of the particular one we purchased. The features are not as good as newer generations. Ipod has WIFI and lots of space for songs. However, if it hasn't been updated to a newer version of software you cannot use it for playing any games. The updated software version is no longer available for this generation to my knowledge. Have contacted Itunes and Apple to try to purchase the updated software. If you want an Ipod that is capapble of holding lots of tunes and WIFI this is the Ipod for you. If you want to play games on this IPod be sure to check with the seller to see if the Ipod is capable of downloading and playing games. Ipod is good for the money paid.
Well I first started looking at 8gb and realized that 16gb was about 10$ more on average so go with the bigger size. But what I really love about this touch is that even aging it still runs my favorite games with no lag. Sure some of the new stuff will only work with the 4.0 OS but it'll take them a while to adapt everything to it. I mean for 90$ you get games music great screen I love the thing and now cases and screen protectors are a 1$! I'd have to say that my biggest dislike is that I have to use Apples format and program. I find it very hard to find thing the 3.1.3 update took me forever to find on thier site I had to use google. Last I chose this Ipod because I work on the touches replacing batteries and this generation has a better battery and its so much easier and cheaper to replace. We charge 10-15$ more for other generation ipods because we have to dissasmeble the whole touch. 1st gen is snap off the back solder old one off and new one in.
I love my ipod touch. I use it all the time, I feel lost without it! I bought the ipod touch because I wanted the wifi and app abilities of an iphone, without the monthly cost. I have the 1G 8GB Ipod Touch and I find it great. It has great sound quality, fast internet capabilities, good video playback, and it is easy to use. The only downsides to it would be that it does not have external speakers, but a cheap small speaker can be purchased to plug into the headphone jack. The other downside would be that it does not have a camera, no mic, and some newer things are for the 2G and 3G only, like the new OS4 software. Those are the only downsides I have found, but I bought an external speaker for like $2 on ebay, I can load pics onto it through itunes, and my 3.3.1 software has worked just fine. The mic limits you to not being able to use some app such as Type and Talk, Talking TomCat, and the Glee app that I wanted, but for the bargain I got it for on ebay, it was worth the trade off. I love my iTouch! Get one!
I purchased this iPod just a few days ago. I had no idea that there were different options available on the iPods and thought they would all have the same functionality. To my surprise, the 1st Generation iPod does not have the built-in speakers; you have to have the earphones to hear it. That is my only issue with this iPod. It works great; after you learn how to use a touch screen. The capabilities it has reach farther than I thought with internet, email, games, music, movies, videos, and all the apps that can be downloaded. Very impressed with the iPod. I am buying another iPod (3rd Generation) that does have the built-in speakers, but I am also keeping this one. My husband loves it! I would recommend the iPod in general, but would suggest a 2nd Generation or higher to get the built-in speakers.