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Chieco saw an analogy to the relationship between the spaceship and the smaller independent pods in the relationship between a personal computer and the music player.
Apple researched the trademark and found that it was already in use. Grasso of New Jersey had originally listed an "i Pod" trademark with the U. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in July 2000 for Internet kiosks.
The first i Pod kiosks had been demonstrated to the public in New Jersey in March 1998, and commercial use began in January 2000, but had apparently been discontinued by 2001.
The trademark was registered by the USPTO in November 2003, and Grasso assigned it to Apple Computer, Inc. In mid-2015, several new color schemes for all of the current i Pod models were spotted in the latest version of i Tunes, 12.2.
The i Pod line came from Apple's "digital hub" category, when the company began creating software for the growing market of personal digital devices.
Apple's i Tunes software (and other alternative software) can be used to transfer music, photos, videos, games, contact information, e-mail settings, Web bookmarks, and calendars, to the devices supporting these features from computers using certain versions of Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows operating systems.
The first-generation i Pod Shuffle uses a dual-transistor output stage, rather than a single capacitor-coupled output, and does not exhibit reduced bass response for any load.
For all i Pods released in 2006 and earlier, some equalizer (EQ) sound settings would distort the bass sound far too easily, even on undemanding songs.
Kane Kramer applied for a UK patent for his design of a "plastic music box" in 1981, which he called the IXI.
The name i Pod was proposed by Vinnie Chieco, a freelance copywriter, who (with others) was called by Apple to figure out how to introduce the new player to the public.