National iPod Day is celebrated on October 23rd of every year. It is indeed a special day for the music lovers who prefer listening to their favourite songs on the Apple iPod. Earlier to this technological invention, people were highly dependent on the CD players to hear the tunes. iPod changed the way in which a person listened and purchased music. National iPod Day celebrates the invention of this groundbreaking and portable gadget, the iPod.
“I personally believe that the iPod is a frankly corrosive device because it encourages you to surround yourself with your favorites. The whole idea of a playlist is to surround yourself with your favorite things, and the interesting thing is that when you do that, they cease to be your favorites.” – Hugh Laurie
History of National iPod Day
National iPod Day or iPod Day celebrates the masterpiece of the technology world, the iPod. On November 10, 2001, iPod was debuted for $399. The day marks the milestone in both musical as well as the technological development. The iPod Day celebration pays recognition and appreciation to this revolutionary technology. It is a Day that honors Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple Inc., and the company members who worked to bring the iPod, an innovative music player. iPod was the first of its kind that let people listen to the music with the touch of a button. The first model of iPod has 5 GB hard drive. It can play something compared to 1,000 CD-quality songs. The iPod was designed with a built-in FireWire port and a rechargeable battery. It made people listen to the tunes for up to 10 hours continuously.
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How to Celebrate National iPod Day
Celebrating the National iPod Day is very simple. Take out your iPod and listen to all the songs you love on this celebration day. Research and get to know more in detail about the iPod, its origin, design, and manufacturing. You can even compare the latest model of iPod with its ancestors. It will make you know the technological developments taken place over the years. If you don’t own it, then it is a perfect day to buy an iPod for you. Share your iPod Day celebrations on social media using the hashtag #iPodDay.