Surfed the Griffin website to check out their iPhone accessories and was presented with a nice pic showing all iPod models so far. Looking closer I tried to remember all the models I have had… and got some kind of a headache.
Of the 13 iPod models, I have had 7.
I bought my first iPod in 2002, and so far that was the one that I had the longest, and lasted the longest (and by far the most expensive). I even sold it after I used it for two years. The next one broke after 1 1/2 years, which forced me to buy the first Nano (not enough money). When I got some money, I sold the Nano to buy the 30GB video iPod, which broke 1/2 year later (the headphone jack only worked for my right ear). No enough money left, I got myself another Nano of the colorful range. And a the beginning of this year Santa gave me an iPod Touch, which I’m selling now again, since I got my iPhone.
Sounds quite crazy, right?
Looking at my cell phone history, I’m on my 7. as well starting in 2001.
On average that means one cell phone and one iPod per year…
What will happen when the iPod and the cell phone are combined?