How much is an old iPod Classic worth?
“I assure you, you can still get a classic iPod for a reasonable price – $200 or $300.”
How much is a OG iPod worth?
The iPod with the most value is a sealed, in-box iPod 1st Generation from 2005. The original iPod can sell for around $1,000 in a well-preserved state. A sealed, in-box iPod Touch 1st Generation for $600. A sealed, in-box iPod Nano 1st Generation for $350.
What generation is my iPod Classic 80GB?
iPod Classic Original (6th Generation) has an 80GB or 160GB hard drive, a widescreen color display and the last three digits of the serial are one of the following: Y5N, YMU, YMV or YMX.
How do I tell what generation my iPod classic is?
Look up your iPod by model number.
- Find your iPod’s model number (the five-character code next to “Model” on the back of your iPod).
- Press Ctrl + F (Windows) or ⌘ Command + F (Mac) to open the “Find” window on the Apple website.
- Type in your iPod’s model number.
- Find the generation heading above the number.
Can I sell an iPod Classic?
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Are iPod Classics worth anything?
According to The Guardian, the original iPod classic, which launched back in 2001, is selling on some resale sites for as much as $49,000! A first-generation iPhone is now worth as much as $24,000!
Are iPod Classics still usable?
Sadly, iPod Classics were quietly discontinued in 2014, despite much rage from Apple lovers worldwide. You can try your luck grabbing a secondhand one on eBay, otherwise Apple still offers a solitary iPod model: the iPod Touch.
When did the iPod classic come out?
They went on sale on November 10, 2001. The first iPod had a monochrome LCD (liquid-crystal display) screen and featured a 5GB hard drive capable of storing 1,000 songs encoded using MP3 and was priced at US$399.