- 1 Can I use Apple music on old iPod?
- 2 Can you put Apple music on an iPod?
- 3 Why did Apple discontinue iPod Classic?
- 4 How do I get music off my old iPod?
- 5 How can I put music in my iPod without iTunes?
- 6 How do you download music onto an iPod for free?
- 7 What can I do with an old iPod classic?
- 8 Do old ipods still work?
- 9 How do I add music to my iPod classic without syncing?
- 10 How long will an iPod Classic last?
- 11 Is the iPod Classic obsolete?
- 12 Is an old iPod worth anything?
Can I use Apple music on old iPod?
Apple Music doesn’t work with any iPod classic, mini, nano, or shuffle, and Apple appears disinclined to ever update those products apart from (in the case of the latter two) the occasional new color options. You can drop Apple Music, or you can drop your “vintage” iPod.
Can you put Apple music on an iPod?
In the Music app, Apple Music subscribers can add and download songs and videos from Apple Music. You can stream music you add to iPod touch when you have an internet connection. To play music when you’re not connected to the internet, you must first download it.
Why did Apple discontinue iPod Classic?
According to Tim Cook speaking at WSJD Live, the iPod Classic was discontinued because the parts were unavailable and a redesign was unwarranted given the small amount of consumer interest in the product.
How do I get music off my old iPod?
To add some or all of the music from your iPod to your iTunes library, go to either File > Add File to Library or File > Add Folder to Library in iTunes for Windows. If you’re using a Mac, go to File > Add to Library. Then select the files or folder you want to add.
How can I put music in my iPod without iTunes?
Adding Music to iPod without iTunes
- Plug it In. As you might have guessed, the first step would be to plug your iPod into your PC.
- Disable Disk Use. If you’ve been using iTunes to transfer music to your iPod, you might’ve enabled disk use.
- Hidden Files, Folders, and Drives.
- This PC.
How do you download music onto an iPod for free?
Best Sites to Download Free iPod Music
- iMesh. iMesh features 15 million songs that you may download and sync to your iPod for free.
- Free Music Download.
- Free Music Archive.
- Audio Archive.
What can I do with an old iPod classic?
What to Do With Your Old iPod: 6 Great Ideas
- Install New Firmware.
- Replace the Battery.
- Use Your iPod as a Portable Hard Drive. Even if you’ve already got a newer iPod or iPhone, you can still put your old one to good use.
- Replace the Hard Drive.
- In-Car Music.
- Sell It!
Do old ipods still work?
You can continue to use your iPod classic with iTunes Store purchases or ripped music from CDs. To reiterate the post above, while Apple may no longer be actively supporting iPod classic the current versions of iTunes and Music on Catalina should all be able to work with iPod classic.
How do I add music to my iPod classic without syncing?
Download and install PodTrans. This is one of the easiest ways to copy music to your iPod without having to sync through iTunes. Use PodTrans if you need to copy music without deleting anything that is currently on the iPod. You can download the free version of PodTrans from imobie.com/podtrans/.
How long will an iPod Classic last?
Even if you store it perfectly, you can expect to lose 25% capacity within 3-4 years. For long term storage, it’s best to charge it to just above 50% and let it self discharge down to maybe 40 or 35% and then charge it back up to over 50.
Is the iPod Classic obsolete?
The Classic was discontinued in October, and it cost £229. Where the biggest iPod Touch has just 64GB of storage, the Classic had up to 160GB. That’s enough space for 40,000 songs. It isn’t just about what the Classic has, though.
Is an old iPod worth anything?
The iPod is almost 20 years old, hard to believe it’s been that long. Apple doesn’t offer any cash for an iPod like that instead they do offer to recycle it for you. Not all iPods are worth something. If they’re completely busted or too old to be of any value, the best thing you can do is recycle your device.