Definition 1 (proper noun): Apple's Crappy Popular and EXTREMELY Overpriced MP3 Player, that is very easy to break and costs at LEAST 3 times as much as something just as good. Also, it requires the equally crappy and restrictive iTunes player.
Definition 2 (noun): What stupid people call any MP3 Player
David: Yo, I got a 60GB iPod for only $850! It's way better what you got!
Sanjay: Shut up, I bought my 60GB Creative for $200!
David(Feeling Regretful): Oh...
D-Roc: Yo wassup my homie G! I gots me-self one-o-those iPod thingies, not dem MP3's!!!!
Dr. Dre: Shut up moron! #1, it's MP3 Player (not MP3), #2, iPod is an MP3 Player!
A popular, high capacity mp3 player developed by Apple, reviled by many users of Urban Dictionary as a loathsome object of inexaustible hatred. Despite being nothing more
than a fairly expensive music player, the Ipod appears to have fomented a vicious social conflict unseen since the French Revolution.
Husband: "Honey, I bought you an Ipod for Christmas!"
Wife: "An Ipod!" "You Goddamn prick, I want a divorce."
Noun: An MP3 Player developed by Apple. It's size, or capacity, ranges from 4G to 160G, depending on the iPod variant (Shuffle, Nano, Classic, Touch, etc.). It's size, physically, ranges from, comparatively, a hair-clip and a PDA.
iPods can to a variety of things. They can, of course, play music. They can also run games, play and record video, and store pictures.
It doesn't look like many people here like iPods. Remember, kids: Urban Dictionary is a place for definitions, not slander!
A pathetic attempt at cloning the successful Zune media player
iPod sucks, but I still have one, i don't know why....
An mp3 player developed by Apple. It is usually on a one-for-the-price-of-two sale. Additionally, a popular sales tactic associated with it is the "xgb" hard drive size, where x is a number usually above 20. The fine print usually reads "it is actually impossible to have 20gb worth of songs, stupid. thanks for the extra cash, retard."
It is a prime example of planned obsolescence--not only is the battery irreplaceable, but the ipod often breaks down by simply using it.
Problem: ipod is frozen.
Answer: Did you try using it? This is often the problem.
Problem: I don't have $40,000 to spend on songs
Answer: We know.
Problem: The shininess is gone. It looks like I scrubbed it with an iron sponge.
Answer: Buy a new one, asswipe. If you bought it a month ago, chances are we came out with a better version.
dude1: Dude, i just bought a brand new ipod!
dude2: Didn't you hear? The new model came out just now.
dude1: My ipod holds 20gb!
dude2: Dude you can put your 1,000 cd's on it!
dude1: I already did, and I still have 90% of the space free!
dude1: my ipod broke, dude.
dude2: what happened?
dude1: I tried listening to a song.
A popular mp3 player created by apple (the computer company not apple records) witch recieves alot of criticism but manely this is only because many people dont use it properly.
the topic of little battery...: as with most rechargable batteries you need to occasionally completely run it out and leave it on charge for probably 10 hours plus (probably best idea is to put it on charge 12 hours before you get up in the morning and DONT USE IT). therefore the batterie on the next day will last as long as apple say it should.
the topic of too much space...: there are models (the ipod nano or shuffle for example) witch have little space on for the very reason that most people dont have 12 days worth of music and listen to it all (like someone like me does).
the topic of price...: basically your paying for what you get. its like anything, for example, a nice big house willcost more then a un nice small house wont it. your paying for size and quality.its a designer product of the mp3 world
and for the record of how long they last, ive had my 30 gig ipod now for about a year and a half and it hasnt failed me once because i know how to use it.
john: my ipods stopped working
mary: how long hav eyou had it?
john: about 9 months, i suppose they all break after that time.
mary: how often do you charge it?
john: about half an hour a day
mary: you charge it too often with too little, it thinks half an hour makes it full so it leaves it as its standard batterie life.
A portable digital jukebox that fits right in my shirt pocket.
instead of having a bulky cd player in my pants pocket having to frequently change cds, i can just listen to my ipod which i have easy access to in my shitr pocket and not have to change cds