Wired - Sure the iPhone (and a few iPods) let us record sound, but the audio is captured in the flat doldrums of mono. Not with Blue Microphone’s new Mikey stereo microphone: You can elevate your iRecording from black-and-white to colorful, full-dimensional, recording-studio quality.
in 2005, Cupertino adopted a "special assignment" to help the US Department of Energy in developing a top-secret iPod which had a special but hidden function.
Released in late 2001, about eight months after the arrival of iTunes, the original Apple iPod music player featured a mini version of the game Breakout.
Miss the days of the iPod? Want to turn your iPhone into one? That's possible with the Rewound music player app.