What generation is my iPod classic 160GB?

6th Generation
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.

What replaced the iPod classic?

iPod Classic

iPod Classic 6th generation in white
Manufacturer Apple Inc.
Successor iPod Touch
Related articles iPod Shuffle iPod Nano iPod Touch iPhone
Website Official website (archived)

How do you describe an iPod?

The iPod is a pocket-sized portable music-playing device produced by Apple and sold across the world. It’s the best-known family of MP3 players and comes in a variety of models. iPod Touch – full-function version with touchable screen controls and up to 64GB of space for music, photographs, apps and video.

Do Apple still support iPod Classic?

The iPod Classic is no longer supported by the software, period. Backwards compatibility is not considered and old versions of iTunes are not provided by Apple. In fact, the support personnel are forbidden to provide an older version. They suggest buying a new iPod.

How many versions of iPod are there?

Apple’s iPod comes in five different models, each with its own set of generations: as of March 2011, the iPod nano and the iPod classic are in their sixth generation the iPod shuffle and the iPod touch are in their fourth generation and the iPod mini has two generations.

Why is it called iPod?

Following his inspirational moment, the device with the tag-line ‘1000 songs in your pocket’, became what we all know today as… the iPod. After the Pod name has been decided for the new device, it was just a matter of adding the ‘i’ prefix, as in iMac.

What is difference between iPod and iPad?

The main difference between the iPod and the iPad is what they are for. The iPod is a music player that has expanded beyond music to include other media like videos and photos. On the other hand, the iPad has an even broader scope as a multimedia device that you can do everything that the iPod can do and more.