The iPod is one of the most popular digital music players on the market today.

There are many different iPods with many different features available, but don’t worry! No matter what you like in a digital music player (large storage capacity, ease of use, etc.), there’s an iPod for you.

iPod Size

First, consider the storage capacity of your desired iPod. The size will determine how many songs it can hold, as well as several other factors. The smallest iPods can store approximately 1000 songs or 25 hours of video. A large iPod holds about 10,000 songs or 200 hours of video.

iPod Style

Another choice you’ll have to make is whether you want a standard iPod or an iPod Touch . A standard iPod can play music, but it cannot connect to the internet without WiFi capabilities. An iPod Touch has all the features of a standard iPod, as well as access to internet services such as the iTunes store and internet browsers.

WiFi Capabilities

If you want to be able to access the internet on your iPod, look for an iPod that has WiFi capabilities. Some iPods have built-in WiFi antennas while others require the purchase of external WiFi devices. Most standard iPods can connect to wireless networks, but many older models cannot.

Transferring Files to Your iPod

Just as there are many different types of iPods, there are a number of ways that you can transfer files onto your iPod. One way is through the use of iTunes . If you have songs stored on your computer, just connect the iPod using a USB cable and select “Sync All” from the Summary menu in iTunes. You can also purchase music online using the iTunes store, then download it directly to your iPod.

If you have a large digital media collection, you may want an iPod that allows you to expand storage capacity with flash drives or SD cards . Check with the manufacturer of your desired iPod model for more information on file transfer capabilities.

iPod Shuffle

If you’re not interested in WiFi capabilities and just want an iPod to play music and video, consider the iPod Shuffle . The iPod Shuffle has very limited storage capacity (up to 4 GB), but it is a very inexpensive way to get into the iPod market. It is also simple and easy to use, as it doesn’t have a screen.

iPod Nano

If you want an iPod that is very small without any storage limitations, consider the iPod Nano . With capacities up to 64 GB, this newest model of the iPod will play music for up to 24 hours on one charge and can be expanded with flash drives or SD cards if necessary. It also has a small-but-functional screen so you can enjoy album art and video clips.

Of course, there is no wrong choice when it comes to iPods. If you like the features of one iPod model but want more space, shop around for accessories that meet your needs. Be sure to check out all of your options before making a digital music player purchase.

iPod Touch

The iPod Touch is one of the best digital music players on the market today. It can play music as well as video, and it has a large storage capacity (up to 128 GB). These features make it perfect for those who want an iPod that will also allow them to access the internet. The iPod Touch also has excellent battery life and a nice, compact design.

How Many Songs can a 128gb iPod Touch Hold

128 GB of memory allows for about 45,000 songs to be stored on the device. That’s a very large amount of music. I have a 64 GB iPhone and it holds 16,000 songs. It’s rare that I even come close to 16,000 songs, so the 128 GB will not be a problem.


128GB is enough space to hold 45,000 songs and around 38 hours of video. This will depend on the quality of video you are watching. Higher quality will be more than 3GB per hour so you might not get as much video time. The only other thing to consider is the size of the songs. If you have a lot of smaller files, they will add up quickly so it’s hard to guess how many songs that could be. There are no size restrictions for music, but video can only be in certain formats and sizes.