The U2 version of the iPod gets a photo-friendly color screen to match its colorful body.
The iPod Classic refines the formula that put the iPod on the map. Few can match its combination of storage capacity, battery life, and intuitive user interface.
The iPod Shuffle, with its ultralow price, its dead-simple design, and its iTunes integration, is virtually guaranteed to be a hit, especially among those looking for a second iPod.
Apple's fourth-generation iPod delivers notable improvements to an already excellent product--and at a lower price.
The amazingly low priced updated Apple iPod gets many under-the-hood improvements, but it's still not a true video player.
The fourth-generation iPod Nano is easy on the eyes and the wallet, and you can't beat its hardware and user interface design. Just be sure to give iTunes 8 a spin before committing.
The iPod Photo is a beautiful and versatile device with a new, affordable price.
Although it's no longer available through Apple, the 40GB iPod Photo is a good value, considering its lower street price and inclusion of some key accessories.
In the iPod Mini redux, Apple offers two capacity options and a more competitive pricing scheme--welcome improvements in an already fantastic player.
Though the updates are subtle, the third-generation iPod Touch leaves its competitors in the dust.
The second-generation iPod Touch includes features that are light-years ahead of the competition, its design has improved, and its price has finally come down to earth.