Is an iPod shuffle worth anything?

Is an iPod shuffle worth anything?

How Much Is an iPod Shuffle Worth? The price of your gadget depends on the generation and the condition. The older and more used the iPod is, the less money you can get for it. However, even if you have an old and broken gadget, you can still get some nice cash, which is definitely better than nothing.

What generation is iPod A1199?

iPod Nano 2nd generation
iPod Nano Model Numbers

iPod Nano Generations Model Number
iPod Nano 4th generation A1285
iPod Nano 3rd generation A1236
iPod Nano 2nd generation A1199
iPod touch iPod nano (iPod nano 1st generation) A1137

Is my old iPod worth anything?

The outdated tech collecting dust in your closet could very well be worth big bucks. Like rare VHS tapes and old computers, vintage iPods are now considered highly prized collectibles. The first one hit the market in 2001—selling for a whopping $399, or double the price of today’s iPod Touch.

What can I do with an old iPod shuffle?

What can I do with an old iPod shuffle?

  1. Car MP3 Player. If the music you still love and listen to is still loaded on your old device, then keep it in the car!
  2. Expendable Music Device.
  3. Kids Toy.
  4. Backup Phone.
  5. Security Camera/Baby Monitor.
  6. Remote.

How can you tell what generation an iPod Shuffle is?

Look up your iPod by model number.

  1. Find your iPod’s model number (the five-character code next to “Model” on the back of your iPod).
  2. Press Ctrl + F (Windows) or ⌘ Command + F (Mac) to open the “Find” window on the Apple website.
  3. Type in your iPod’s model number.
  4. Find the generation heading above the number.

Will iPod shuffle still work?

The iPod Shuffle was discontinued by Apple on July 27, 2017.

How can I sell my AirPods?

Where to sell your AirPods

  1. Amazon. Best value for: Wired first-generation, and cracked or broken AirPods.
  2. 9to5 powered by MyPhonesUnlimited. Best value for: Second-generation AirPods with wired charging case.
  3. BuyBackElectronics.
  4. Your friends, eBay, etc., and other resale sites.