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iPod

The iPod was a terrific device when introduced back in 2001, and Apple has continued to develop it, giving it a slimmer and sleeker exterior. How much do you know about this portable digital audio players? Take the rediff business quiz and find out.

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1. Who was iPod's chief engineer?
a) Jon Rubinstein
b) Tony Fadell
c) Jonathan Ive

2. Which iPod model replaced the iPod mini?
a) iPhone
b) iPod Shuffle
c) iPod Nano

3. Which software is used to transfer music to iPod?
a) iphone
b) Jukebox
c) iTunes

Wrong! Try again.
Wrong!
The correct answer is iTunes.
Apple's iTunes software is used to transfer music to the devices. It is a free jukebox application. It can store an entire music library on the user's computer and can play, burn and rip music from a CD. It can also transfer photos, videos, games, and calendars to the models that support them.
Correct!
Apple's iTunes software is used to transfer music to the devices. It is a free jukebox application. It can store an entire music library on the user's computer and can play, burn and rip music from a CD. It can also transfer photos, videos, games, and calendars to the models that support them.

4. Who proposed the name iPod?
a) Steve Jobs
b) Vinnie Chieco
c)Stan Ng

Wrong! Try again.
Wrong!
The correct answer is Vinnie Chieco.
The name iPod was proposed by Vinnie Chieco, a freelance copywriter, who was called by Apple to figure out how to introduce the new player to the public. After Chieco saw a prototype, he thought of the movie 2001: A space Odyssey and the phrase "Open the pod bay door, Hal!", which refers to the white EVA Pods of the Discover One spaceship.
Correct!
The name iPod was proposed by Vinnie Chieco, a freelance copywriter, who was called by Apple to figure out how to introduce the new player to the public. After Chieco saw a prototype, he thought of the movie 2001: A space Odyssey and the phrase "Open the pod bay door, Hal!", which refers to the white EVA Pods of the Discover One spaceship.

5. Which was the first car to have a iPod automobile interface?
a) Volvo
b) Toyota
c) BMW

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong!
The correct answer is BMW.
BMW released the first iPod automobile interface, allowing drivers of newer BMW vehicles to control their iPod using either the built-in steering wheel controls or the radio head-unit buttons. Volvo and Scion also offer Apple endorsed car audio solutions.
Correct!
BMW released the first iPod automobile interface, allowing drivers of newer BMW vehicles to control their iPod using either the built-in steering wheel controls or the radio head-unit buttons. Volvo and Scion also offer Apple endorsed car audio solutions.

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