“WAT MEANS‽” (sic)

Circa 2010, iTunes could recognize these “non-Apple” MP3 players (archived list).

  • Nomad II, II MG, II c; Jukebox, Jukebox 20GB, Jukebox C; MuVo

  • Rio One; 500; 600; 800; 900; S10; S11; S30S; S35S; S50; Chiba; Fuse; Cali

  • Nike psa]play (actual name) 60; 120

  • SoundSpace 2

Round Discman-like Rio Volt, with asymmetrical buttons on top surface Three “CD MP3 Players” by RioVolt were supported, one pictured here.

For shits and giggles, plug an iPhone XS Max and a U2 iPod and an HP iPod into current-generation iTunes on a brand-new Macintosh and see what happens. Next try one of these cœlecanths.

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