Photo credit: Shreyansh Onial
Remember the 4th generation iPod Shuffle, the one released on September 1, 2010? The Nothing nPod concept by Shreyansh Onial draws inspiration from Apple’s ultra-portable music player, including just the most important features such as volume controls and the iconic Glyph interface, or LED-filled array that lights up.
Photo credit: Andrea Copellino
The very first Apple iPod was released on October 23, 2001, but what if the company were the release a modern version later this year as a 20th anniversary tribute? Meet the iPod Classic 2021 by industrial designer Andrea Copellino.
Photo credit: Giulio Zompetti
Many Apple fans have probably seen at least one prototype of either an upcoming or previous device at one time or another, and the latest one to pop up comes from developer Giulio Zompetti. He mainly collects Apple prototypes and shared this third-generation iPod Touch test unit with a rear-facing camera for all to see. The iPod Touch is currently the only product iPod left in Apple’s product line after t he iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle were discontinued on July 27, 2017.