iPod video



CPU Speed: dual 80 MHz embedded (?)

Data Path: 32 bit

ROM: 32/64 MB

Onboard RAM: 32/64 MB

RAM slots: 0

Maximum RAM: 32/64 MB


Screen: 2.5" backlit LCD

Max Resolution: 16-bit 320x240

Video Out: composite (via audio port), s-video (via Dock Connector)


Hard Drive: 30/60/80 GB 4200 RPM

ATA Bus: ATA-66


USB: via Dock Connector

Audio Out: stereo 16 bit mini

Speaker: clicker


Codename: ?

Dimensions: 4.1" H x 2.4" W x 0.55" D

Weight: 0.34 lbs.

Maximum OS: iPod video OS 1.1

Minimum OS: iPod video OS 1.0

Introduced: October 2005


The 30 GB model was 0.43" deep and weighed 0.3 lbs.

Announced in October 2005, the iPod with video was the first iPod capable of displaying video. In addition to all the features of the previous iPod (color), the iPod (with video) added a larger 2.5" color screen, a slimmer case, and the ability to display video. In addition to the 320x240 DRM-enabled video files available for purchase at the new iTunes Video Store, the iPod (with video) was capable of playing and H.264 encoded video file at up to 480x480 resolution. The iPod (with video) was available in both black and white in two configurations: the 30 GB model sold for $299, and the 60 GB for $399. In September 2006, Apple upgraded the high-end model to 80 GB, and dropped the price of both models by $50, to $249 and $349, respectively.