A large number of fans of gadgets that play digital music use both the term "iPod" and "Mp3 player" for all devices on the market. Is the use of their terms incorrect? Is the iPod something special and the Mp3 player a separate thing from it? Let's discuss this confusion in the following article.
Lots of people and make a difference between a normal MP3 Player and an iPod. for example, when they express their intention to buy a gadget for playing music, they can tell them they are taking their iPhone, instead of some player. Is that Apple model so different from the competition that it deserves its own category? This topic will be discussed in the following paragraphs. Let's start with an introduction to how the iPod entered the market, and what it really is:
Broadly speaking, an iPod is an MP3 Player, the latter being an umbrella term for all gadgets that use their own memory, but also web services, in order to play music. Of course, other types of files can be supported, such as video or photo.
Like other player models, an iPod, regardless of version, will use its own memory to store songs. What separated that model from the rest of the players on the market was the impact on the market, when it was launched. First, a first difference was the considerably higher storage capacity. In 2001, the first version of this small device was launched.