* As the holiday season comes closer, the Apple i-Pod nano and iPod Video may well sell out and old used iPods will be up on auction sites like eBay.
* When you pick up an Apple i-Pod, you will first notice the tiny size of it. Then you will perhaps notice how extremely lightweight the iPod is.
* Most flash MP3 players max out at around 1GB of hard drive space but the average size of a flash-based Apple i-Pod unit is 4GB.
* The Apple i-Pod makes a great addition to your workout routine. The iPod is rugged and can handle the roughness of the actions caused by joggers and cyclists.
* The newer versions of the Apple i-Pod have colored screens and the navigation menu is easy to use.
* The downside of the Apple i-Pod is that it uses rechargeable batteries which cannot be replaced and it can't play WMA files that were transferred over from a computer.
* Many have speculated whether this craze for the Apple i-Pod will continue to last as new portable devices such as the PSP has an integrated video like the iPod.
* As more integration of video, music, and portable game players merge, the Apple i-Pod may see its fate like the previous portable mp3 players have.
* However, the iPod may transform into an ultimate handheld PC instead of just an ordinary music and video player. We will have to wait and see.
* The wait is on to see whether the iPod will stand the test of time and the future of the portable music player industry. For now, the Apple i-Pod is dominating the game.