So I just sold my iPod Classic, I have no use for so much memory. Not to mention why carry two items with me when I can just carry one. 8GB is plenty for my music. Has anyone else sold their ipods and just used their iPhones?
I bought a 30 gig back in July, this was before the iPhone ever came up to Alaska though. I use it still on road trips and connect to my speakers in my apartment. Ive thought about selling it though but I think I'll keep it around.
yeah, i sold my old ipod when i got my iPhone, i don't need to have two devices that do the same thing. that is why i got an iPhone. To combine devices, not to split them up. The only one i will keep is my current iPhone when i go ahead and buy the next version. Kind of like a staple in american history.
I have a 30gb iPod video that I keep connected to my ihome and for the car. I like it because it holds all my videos and I have a 7 inch screen that it plugs into so I cab trVel with it. I have no need to carry it around though, thats what my iPhones for.
I actually got my 160 GB Classic after having my iPhone for a while. I always keep it in my backpack in case there was something that I wanted to watch on it that I couldn't find room for on my phone. I don't carry it in my pocket otherwise though. I also keep it in my car so I can listen to all of my songs without plugging my phone in.
I never had an iPod, but I had a SLVR L7, which basically was the pre-version of the iPhone and Apple phones... so I guess I did have an Ipod. But, there was this new product called and "iPhone" and I decided I wanted the best cell phone, Wireless internet device, and best iPod ever made. So I got an iPhone.
i sold 2 ipods not long ago - a 60gb video ipod and a 1st gen shuffle. neither were getting any more use with my iPhone around. i do still have a 1st gen nano, but that stays in my car 24/7 attached to an ipod kit.
I bought my iPhone July 6 in hopes that it would be easy to use in the car. When I realized that it wouldn't be, I bought a 160GB iPod Classic when they came out in September. The iPod makes it easy to pause, change songs and even turn up the volume without looking at it while driving. Not so with the iPhone.