Most of my old iPods are kept on devices with 30 pin connectors. My old 2nd generation iPod Nano is now the music source for my alarm clock. My iPod Touch is on a music player in my shop. I have playlists which I can download depending on the mood.
That was not my point. For people who sell their unit to offset an upgrade after two years will not get as much on a unit with set lifespan. The future is likely to be homes with tablets for every family member and many of those will be used units... especially for kids and lower income situations.Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaykaykay
I tend to be more like you. I probably wouldn't have even sold my first gen except I have a family member who said it would help her with her schooling. Even still she ended up getting a 32gb 3g model with multiple cases and a keyboard for $250. Normally I'd just give it away but the purchase was way too fresh.
I guess it depends on the buyer. Usually when I buy something common on Ebay I look to see what the average price has been on other sales so I don't over-spend. So it may not be all in what someone notices but in what the market dictates.
In any event, I am glad not to have that problem.
You are not wrong. Lol