2 Years of the Apple iPod

An extensive New York Times article discusses the iPod in depth as it reached its two year anniversary last month.

The article covers the iPod as a cultural icon and innovation and offers quotes/interviews with both Jonathan Ive and Steve Jobs about Apple's market-leading audio player.

While Rob Glaser, C.E.O. of RealNetworks, feels that Apple will end up with only 3-5% of the player market in the next 5 years, Jobs maintains that the iPod still has the design edge, and anticipates future improvements to help stay ahead of the competition.

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