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Who Invented The Ipod? The Complete Story By Kris Foster

Sunday, December 27, 2009

The Ipod is a collection of trendy portable music players which was introduced by Apple. It was launched on October 2001. The Ipod is an amazing discovery. It has changed the way people think about music players. Music players are no more old big boxes which look really ugly. The Ipod looks better than any other music player in the market. Apple has had great success with the Ipod. The way the Ipod looks, the way it works, and the way it feels is just amazing. But who's the mastermind behind all this? Who invented the ipod? It surely must have taken a lot of brains to create such a masterpiece.
Who invented the Ipod? Why did Apple think only about a music player? Why not a revolutionary washing machine?
The answer is that all other electronic appliances had very well established markets. But nobody had tried on music players at that time. So Apple thought why not capture this market, and they have so successfully done it.
So, who actually invented the Ipod?
Jon Rubinstein with his team at Apple was given a one year's period to create the Apple Ipod. Tony Fadell and Michael Dhuey were also a part of the team. They successfully completed the project and the did it. This is the team who invented the Ipod.
The Ipod is so successful that it is really difficult to rival it. Ipod has established it's name and people trust on Apple Ipod. Rather than buying unbranded music players for cheap, people try to save money and later buy an Apple Ipod. That's what I also did. To learn more about this revolutionary music player and get information about it, visit my blog dedicated to Ipods-
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