While the iPod touch and iPod nano get all the attention, the iPod classic is still chugging along as Apple's "hold everything" media player--even if it's just keeping the seat warm while we wait for a higher-capacity iPod touch.
But for those with huge media libraries, even the 160GB iPod classic, the highest-capacity iPod Apple has ever produced, doesn't provide enough space. So I turned to storage-upgrade vendor Apricorn, which offers upgrade kits for the fifth-generation (5G) iPod. Each upgrade offers a larger hard drive--120GB for the 30GB 5G iPod, or 240GB for the 60GB and 80GB 5G iPod--as well as a higher-capacity battery.
In this week's video, I walk you through the installation of Apricorn's 240GB upgrade kit to give you an idea of what the process entails.
* Format: MPEG-4/H.264
* Resolution: 480x272 (iPhone & iPod compatible)
* Size: 9MB
* Length: 5 minutes, 25 seconds
Apricorn's data sheet for the two upgrade kits is available as an online PDF.
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