What generation is iPod A1136?

iPod Classic 5th Generation
Apple iPod Classic 5th Generation Black (80GB) A1136 – Decent overall condition.

How can I tell what generation My iPod is?

Look up your iPod by model number.

  1. Find your iPod’s model number (the five-character code next to “Model” on the back of your iPod).
  2. Press Ctrl + F (Windows) or ⌘ Command + F (Mac) to open the “Find” window on the Apple website.
  3. Type in your iPod’s model number.
  4. Find the generation heading above the number.

How do I know if my iPod is 5.5 or 5?

According to Everymac the only way to tell the 5th gen ‘Enhanced’ apart from the 5th gen is that it has a ‘Search’ option in the software. The exception is that all the U2 iPods were ‘Enhanced’ so if you have a Black and Red ‘U2’ 5th gen iPod it is enhanced!

Is iPod 3rd generation?

The 3rd-generation iPod, also known as iPod (Dock Connector) and iPod 3G, was an iPod model that was introduced by Apple Computer on April 28, 2003 and remained available through July 19, 2004….External links.

iPod (models)
iPod touch : 1st gen | 2nd | 3rd | 4th | 5th | 6th | 7th

Is an old iPod worth anything?

The outdated tech collecting dust in your closet could very well be worth big bucks. Like rare VHS tapes and old computers, vintage iPods are now considered highly prized collectibles. The first one hit the market in 2001—selling for a whopping $399, or double the price of today’s iPod Touch.

Which iPod was the best?

The best iPod for most people is undoubtedly the iPod touch (7th Gen) from Apple. It has upgraded specs, a nice screen, and offers plenty of functionality in addition to music playback. As another minimalistic option, we like the iPod Shuffle (view at Walmart) if you can still find it on sale.

Do old iPods have any value?

How many generations of iPods are there?

iPod touch

Model Released Capacities
iPod touch (4th generation) 2010-09-01 8, 16, 32, 64 GB
iPod touch (5th generation) 2012-10-11 16, 32, 64 GB
iPod touch (6th generation) 2015-07-15 16, 32, 64, 128 GB
iPod touch (7th generation) 2019-05-28 32, 128, 256 GB

Do they make iPods anymore?

Of course, Apple does still sell an iPod, after all these years: the iPod Touch. But that’s just the thing — the iPod Touch isn’t a purpose-driven music player, it’s an iPhone without the phone.

What can an iPod Touch 4th generation do?

The iPod touch 4th Gen has a variable speed 1 GHz Apple A4 processor and 256 MB of RAM as well as support for 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi (only the 2.4 GHz frequency of 802.11n) and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. It provides an estimated 40 hours of music playback and 7 hours of video playback.

What can I do with an old iPod?

Apple will take back old Apple batteries and iPods for free recycling in their stores. For everything else, you need to use their mail back system. Mail-back Trade In. You can trade in most (but not all) working iPhones, iPads, certain smartphones, and notebooks and desktop computers (Mac or PC) for an Apple gift card.

What’s the model number of a 30 GB iPod?

The 30 GB model in black is MA146LL/A, 60 GB in white is MA003LL/A, and 60 GB in black is MA147LL/A. Please note that these identifiers refer to more than one model. Also see: All iPods with the A1136 Model Number and the 2065 EMC Number.

How long does a 30 GB iPod charge?

The 30 GB model provides “up to” 3 hours of photo slideshows with music and 2 hours of video, and the 60 GB model provides “up to” 4 hours of photo slideshows with music and 3 hours of video playback. Apple reports that the iPod 5G models charge completely in “about 4 hours” and also will “fast charge” in 2 hours to 80% capacity.

How many videos can a 30 GB iPod hold?

Additionally, Apple reports that the 30 GB model can hold “over 1000”, and the 60 GB model “over 2000”, 4 minute videos in “H.264 750-Kbps video with 128-Kbps audio”. The Fifth Generation iPod (with Video) models are capable of charging and syncing by USB via the dock connector, but cannot sync via Firewire “400”.

How big is the hard drive on an iPod 5th generation?

Apple iPod 5th Gen (with Video) 30 GB, 60 GB Specs. Although it was marketed as a portable digital audio player that also plays video, the Apple iPod Fifth Generation (with Video) was Apple’s first entrant into the nacent portable video market. It uses a 30 GB or 60 GB 4200 RPM ATA-66 hard drive, capable of supporting “up to” 7,500 songs…