Look up your iPod by model number.

How can I tell what generation My iPod is?

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.

How many iPod classic generations are there?

six generations
There were six generations of the iPod Classic, as well as a spin-off (the iPod Photo) that was later re-integrated into the main iPod line. All generations used a 1.8-inch (46 mm) hard drive for storage.

What year did the 7th generation iPod classic come out?


Introduction Date: September 9, 2008 Discontinued Date: September 9, 2014
Processors Memory
Standard Wireless Handheld
Standard Bluetooth iPod classic
Cell Network Silver and Black

What do you do with old iPods?

Apple will take back old Apple batteries and iPods for free recycling in their stores. For everything else, you need to use their mail back system. Mail-back Trade In. You can trade in most (but not all) working iPhones, iPads, certain smartphones, and notebooks and desktop computers (Mac or PC) for an Apple gift card.

What iPod do I have serial number?

You can find your serial number in the About screen on your iPod touch or iPod nano (6th generation or later). Go to Settings > General > About.

Do old iPods have Bluetooth?

You need to buy a Bluetooth transmitter that fits the older iPods. You can buy Bluetooth transmitters that work with the older iPods from online stores such as Amazon and eBay, plus online electronics retailers. These use either the headphone jack or the 30-pin connector slot to link to the iPod.