It might be hard to remember the time before the iPod, MP3 players were big, they didn’t have much space, and they didn’t look or work very good/well.

Then the iPod came along 15 years ago, it seriously changed the way that we listen to music, it came with huge space (for the time), a great design, and with iTunes installed, allowing users to easily purchase music.

So to celebrate, we thought we would make a quick history guide for you, celebrating 15th years of iPods. Check it out below:

The first iPod was launched back in 2001, it connected to computers via FireWire and had to space to hold 1,000 songs.

The first iPod was launched back in 2001, it connected to computers via FireWire and had to space to hold 1,000 songs.

In 2003, Apple strangely changed the design of the iPod to be something a little more complicated, however, now it could store a massive 7,500 songs.

In 2003, Apple strangely changed the design of the iPod to be something a little more complicated, however, now it could store a massive 7,500 songs.

The iPod Mini brought the introduction of a cleaner wheel, with buttons in built. It had 4GB of storage and came in four colours.

The iPod Mini brought the introduction of a cleaner wheel, with buttons in built. It had 4GB of storage and came in four colours.

The iPod Photo is probably the least remembered iPod. It came with a great 220 x 176 pixel display with a battery that could last up to 15 hours, it was also the first time an iPod had a colour display.

The iPod Photo is probably the least remembered iPod. It came with a great 220 x 176 pixel display with a battery that could last up to 15 hours, it was also the first time an iPod had a colour display.

In 2004, Apple launched the successor to the iPod Photo, the iPod Video, it came with a 320 x 240 display with 30GB or 60GB of storage and it was the first iPod to play videos.

In 2004, Apple launched the successor to the iPod Photo, the iPod Video, it came with a 320 x 240 display with 30GB or 60GB of storage and it was the first iPod to play videos.

The iPod Nano was launched in 2005 as a replacement for the iPod Mini, it came in black or white with 2GB or 4GB of storage and was really the smallest player out there at the time.

The iPod Nano was launched in 2005 as a replacement for the iPod Mini, it came in black or white with 2GB or 4GB of storage and was really the smallest player out there at the time.

In 2005, Apple started to make even smaller iPods, unveiling the launch of the iPod Shuffle, which was the first iPod to use flash memory, it had 1GB of storage and featured a clip design that really set it apart from the rest.

In 2005, Apple started to make even smaller iPods, unveiling the launch of the iPod Shuffle, which was the first iPod to use flash memory, it had 1GB of storage and featured a clip design that really set it apart from the rest.

Things started to slow down with the launch of the iPod Touch in 2007. Although it was a fantastic iPod, with a touch screen display, it cam alongside the iPhone, which took over as many people's MP3 player and phone in one.

Things started to slow down with the launch of the iPod Touch in 2007. Although it was a fantastic iPod, with a touch screen display, it cam alongside the iPhone, which took over as many people’s MP3 player and phone in one.

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