Why ipods are awesome?

 

By a girl and Mr. Welch

Intro

Ask yourself why carry around a heavy boom box?  When you can use an ipod an ipod can do way more things then a boom box. Also it holds way more songs because of course they hold CD’s not just regular songs from different people. So if you are interested in ipod’s keep reading about what an ipod is and does who invented it and history of an ipod.   

What an iPod is and Does

This paragraph is about what an iPod is.  An iPod is a small, cool device that is about 4 inches in width 2 inches in length. And it holds tons and tons of songs like The Rolling Stones or The Beatles but maybe something a little bit in the future. But anyway I think they are cool so you should get one.

 

 

 

 

This paragraph is about the word “iPod.”  iPods are so famous that you can’t help but wonder where the name “iPod” came from.  According to Wikipedia, The name "iPod" came from a man named Vinnie.  He suggested they call it iPod because he liked this Science Fiction movie called "2001: A Space Odyssey."  In the movie, they had little white rooms called pods.  So, he thought they should call these new MP3 players iPods.  How an iPod Works

I did this paragraph for you. –You’re welcome J

 
  sharing music files over the Internet.  However, the problem was that the music files were so huge that it took a long, long time to download songs.  Someone figured out a way to “compress” files so they would download faster.  These compressed files are called MP3 files.  A compressed music file sounds almost like the regular one, but not quite as good.

 

 

 History of the iPod

This paragraph is about who invented the iPod.  Several people helped invent the iPod. But if you want to give credit to one person, then Tony Fadell is your man.  According to Mary Bellis, a guy named Tony Fadell, who used to work for General Magic and

Phillips wanted to invent a better MP3 player. After a few companies turned him down, he went to work for Apple and began working on the iPod (HowStuffWorks.com).  Steve Jobs, the boss of Apple, helped a lot with the project.

 

 

Conclusion

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