The company has agreed to pay $53 million to settle a class action lawsuit concerning the water indicator in its iPhones and iPods.
HiFiMAN offers dedicated portable music players with audiophile-grade features, including swappable amplifier modules and balanced headphone drive.
Alongside the unveiling of the iPhone 5, Apple announced two refreshes in its iPod lineup, showing off an all-new iPod Nano and an updated iPod Touch.
Ever pull out your earbuds to talk to someone, then forget to also turn off your iPod? Chances are you came back to your music sometime later, only to find that your player's battery was flat dead. These smart earbuds solve that problem by turning off your player automatically, when you pull the earphones out of your ears.
To celebrate the iPod's 10 year anniversary (officially, it was Sunday October 23) we found the perfect infographic to walks us through a brief history of this beloved gadget.
The iPod turns 10 today, and it's no exaggeration to say that for better or worse, this little music player was responsible for completely changing the music industry.
It's not a huge surprise at this point, but it looks like we're living in the last days of the iPods Classic and Shuffle — Apple may be set to kill the two non-touch iPod models off at its iPhone event next week.
Lusting for new episodes of Grey's Anatomy? Don't fret, Antrepo's stethoscope-like headphones might make this year's Halloween costume a little more techy.
Search for your favorite musician on YouTube, and you'll probably find lots of cellphone videos where the video is actually pretty decent, but the audio is just a big distorted mess. The microphones built into most phones just can't handle the volume of a typical live concert, so last year Blue Microphones gave us the Mikey, a stereo microphone created just for the iPod. Now there's a new version which builds on the strengths of the original.
With some good tunes and and your iPod cranked up, it's easy to become oblivious to your surroundings. Just yesterday, a young New Jersey boy was tragically killed when he couldn't hear an oncoming train's horn due to his blasting iPod. Now there's an app that still lets you crank up the music, but also lets essential sounds from your environment get through.