Founded in California in 1976, Apple started out mainly making personal computers. After an eleven year absence from the company, Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1996. Upon his return, he brought a new philosophy with him: He wanted products with a sharp, clean design that were recognized as an Apple product immediately. Even Apple stores have that same clean design – with bright white, well-lit stores that are known to be an Apple store from a distance. Apple stores stand out just like their products do.
After the original iMac computer was introduced in 1998, the iPod came out in 2001 and music was forever changed. They become wildly popular, and iPods remain widely popular. In 2003, the iTunes Music Store opened giving people the option to download their favorite music more easily and quickly. People loved the portability, the variety of music offered, and the ability to take their music with them wherever they went.
After their initial start, Apple has continued to grow to become the leader in electronic devices. Along with their iMacs, MacBooks, MacBook Pros, iPads and iPhones, Apple’s iPods continue to be some of the biggest sellers in the industry. They are owned by people of all ages and backgrounds – allowing people to listen and dance to music whenever the mood hits them.
With this kind of popularity, Device Pitstop sells all models of used iPods. If it’s in good shape and “gently-used,” we probably have it in stock – and you’ll be very pleasantly surprised by our great prices on iPods that are like new!