Mix: Color display, Libraries, Wal-Mart, Colleges

In yet another sign that the iPod photo will soon become the standard iPod model, Apple has renamed the PDF manual for the device to “iPod_with_color_display_User’s_Guide” from “iPod_photoUserGuide”. iLounge has been noting the de-emphasizing of the word “photo” from the product’s name for months. The iPod photo’s packaging was changed in February to reduce “photo” to a small badge, and in March Apple referred to the devices as “iPod with Color Displays” in an iPod Software Update.

Michael Stephens has written an interesting article for Library Journal on how libraries across the U.S. are using iPods.

Analysts say not to expect to see Apple products in Wal-Mart stores any time soon because Steve Jobs “likes to keep tight control over how and at what prices Apple products are sold, while Wal-Mart largely dictates terms to its suppliers.”

Elizabeth Armstrong Moore of The Christian Science Monitor has written an excellent article on iPod use in colleges.

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