iPod Mini


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iPod Mini

A hard disk-based digital music player from Apple. Introduced in 2004 and discontinued in 2005, the Mini was the first smaller model of the iPod. Although its hard disk capacity was limited to a maximum of 6GB, the Mini players were very popular. See iPod and iPod models.


A Powder Blue Mini
Only available for two years running, the Mini was extremely popular and helped Apple achieve extraordinary success with its iPod creation.
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If Apple publicists hadn't so often, as Levy puts it, "summoned [me] back to [Apple headquarters in] Cupertino," his readers might have been saved from sentences like, "Even though Apple had created one of the most successful electronic products in history and the most popular of those was the tiny iPod Mini, [Jobs] was going to pull the plug on it--and make something better." Surely there's something more interesting about how the iPod Nano replaced the Mini than Jobs' benevolent desire to improve his products.
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