Confused about which new iPod you should snaffle? Fear not, music fiends, because here at Stuff we’ve indulged in some character profiling so you can work out which one of Apple’s new toys you should lay out your cash on.
16GB iPod nano
You buy albums at a faster rate than the Cern tunnel eats up particles, and can’t be doing with anything over a year old on your iPod. But space for 2,000 tracks won’t cxut it. Looks like you need the newly minted 16GB iPod nano then.
8GB iPod Touch
You like the idea of an iPod Touch, but can’t look past your skinny jeans and angular hair cut to buy more than three albums a year from Rough Trade East. The new 8GB iPod Touch will have enough room for said records plus a few vids to pout at.
120GB iPod Classic
You want your entire collection at your fingertips and can’t be faffed with changing albums around. The fact is, you’re old school, and that means sticking with the HDD action of the spanking new 120GB iPod Classic. Plenty of space for all those Yes albums here.
32GB iPod Touch
You love film and happen to take an inordinate number of train journeys every month. With a beefed up screen, slimmed down bod’ and enough space to sate your addiction to The Wire and the films of Sid James, you need to get hold of an iPod Touch 32GB.
2GB iPod Shuffle
You think proper iPods just get in the way of doing a hundred reps on the weights machines, but you need your hit of happy hardcore. You need one a 2GB iPod Shuffle to house your questionable dance music collection.