This move by Apple was so swift that Pangu did not have the time to jailbreak the same. Similar to the original iOS 10, this new upgrade, iOS 10.0.1, is for iPhone 5s and later, iPad 2s and later, iPad Mini 2 and later and for 6th Generation iPods and later.
reports that eBay sellers are listing the "clunky tech devices" at eye-popping prices—namely, $20,000 for factory-sealed first- and second-generation iPods. The seller of is asking for $18,000. Then again, maybe they're not too far off: In 2014, a special edition of the iPod Classic .
The new upgrade, iOS 10.0.1 which is similar to the original iOS 10 can be used on devices such as iPhone 5s and later, iPad 2s and later, iPad Mini 2 and later and for 6th Generation iPods and later. While the upgrade will be notified of the upgrade automatically, it can be done manually by going to Settings, General and then Software Update.
The third-generation iPod had a weak bass response, as shown in audio tests. The combination of the undersized DC-blocking and the typical low- of most consumer headphones form a , which attenuates the low-frequency bass output. Similar capacitors were used in the fourth-generation iPods. The problem is reduced when using high-impedance headphones and is completely masked when driving high-impedance (line level) loads, such as an external . The first-generation iPod Shuffle uses a , rather than a single capacitor-coupled output, and does not exhibit reduced bass response for any load.