Which iPod Touch came out in 2011?

iPod Touch (4th generation)

A black iPod touch (4th generation)
Manufacturer Foxconn
Product family iPod
Type Mobile device
Release date September 12, 2010 (8, 32, and 64 GB) October 12, 2011 (White model) October 11, 2012 (16 GB)

Can I play my iPod nano through car stereo?

If you’ve got an iPod Nano, Classic or shuffle you connect it to the Venturi using a 3.5mm to 3.5mm audio cable. The Venturi will then broadcast your music over FM to your car stereo. It’s got a USB charger port on the side that you can use to charge your iPod too.

What’s the difference between iPod classic and iPod nano?

Price – Nano is half the price of the Classic. Nano has FM Radio. Battery life (when new) – Classic has about 40 hours of continuos music per full charge, where Nano has about 24 hours of continuos music. Nano has no moving parts, hence more sturdy and reliable.

How do I know which generation iPod classic I have?

Look up your iPod by model number.

  1. Find your iPod’s model number (the five-character code next to “Model” on the back of your iPod).
  2. Press Ctrl + F (Windows) or ⌘ Command + F (Mac) to open the “Find” window on the Apple website.
  3. Type in your iPod’s model number.
  4. Find the generation heading above the number.

Can I play my iPod through my car radio?

If your car is newer, it may also be equipped with a USB input jack in your car’s factory radio system. If this is the case, you can simply plug in your iPod or iPhone’s charger or lightning cable into your car’s factory radio USB input.

Does Apple still sell iPod classic?

On September 9, 2014, Apple discontinued the iPod Classic. The sixth-generation 160GB iPod Classic was the last Apple product in the iPod line to use the original 30-pin iPod connector and the Click Wheel.

Can I make my iPod classic Bluetooth?

You can buy a transmitter to make your old iPod classic work with Bluetooth speakers and headphones. Bluetooth speakers and headphones are wildly popular these days, thanks to improved sound quality, wireless connectivity and falling prices. And crucially it doesn’t natively support Bluetooth.