IPod is a line-up of Apple, which represent a multimedia player with enhanced internal memory, able to store large amounts of information in the form of music and video files.Last line of iPod Touch is available running iOS, which allows you to download various applications and Internet access.

first line of iPod was released in 2001. At that time devices were 5 and 10 GB of memory and supports playback of most popular at that time, WAV, MP3, AAC, and AIFF.Players provide a relatively long battery life during playback (12 hours).The following iPod generation produced each year, and characterized by an increase in the number of supported formats, functions and memory.IPod
Video, released in 2005, was able to play video files on your screen and a hard drive was completed with 30, 60 or 80 GB, depending on the cost.Also, the company have been launched line players Mini, Shuffle, Nano and Touch.Modern Touch is the flagship machine line running on iOS, supports downloading applications from the App Store and has a full-size screen to play music and work programs.


IPad - Tablet PC from the company Apple, which is designed to work in the Internet and edit office documents.Unlike the iPod, iPad has a much larger size (7 to 9.7 inches).Tablet was presented for the first time in 2010 and at the moment most of the new version of the tablet is the iPad Air, referring to the 5th generation.

device runs on iOS operating system and supports most of its functions.On the front side of the iPad is a secondary camera that allows for video calls.The size of the display allows you to comfortably browse the web and watch videos.IPad Air has built-in stereo speakers that allow you to listen to music.Built-in player supports playback M4V format for video and AAC, MP3, WAV, and AA batteries for music.

Also iPad has a built-in GPS-receiver, and the ability to work with networks of Wi-Fi.With the appropriate connector on the iPad can be installed SIM-card for access to the Internet via mobile networks 3G and 4G.This feature has not been implemented to iPod.