Back in 2001, Steve Jobs delivered a keynote where he introduced the world to Apple’s new line of devices, called iPods, that greatly contributed to the company’s revival and subsequent dominance of the tech market well before the advent of the iPhone.
Resembling a small remote-control, the iPod Classic was a portable device with 5 GB of storage that went on sale in November 2001, only to be discontinued in 2014.
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Music aficionados around the world got to know Apple. The company had allowed them to carry their music wherever they go, adhering to the famous slogan of the iPod Classic “1,000 songs in your pocket”.
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