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The iPod 2 (stylized and marketed as the iPod mini) is an digital audio player that was designed and marketed by Apple Inc. While it was sold, it was the midrange model in Apple's iPod product line. It was announced on January 6, 2004 and released on February 20 of the same year. A second generation version was announced on February 23, 2005 and released immediately. While it was in production, it was one of the most popular electronic products on the market, with consumers often unable to find a retailer with the product in stock. The iPod Mini was discontinued on September 7, 2005 and was replaced by the iPod Nano. The iPod Mini used the touch-sensitive scroll wheel of the third generation iPod. However, instead of the four touch buttons located above the wheel, the buttons were redesigned as mechanical switches beneath the wheel itself—hence the name click wheel. To use one of the four buttons, the user physically pushes the edge of the wheel inward over one of the four labels. Like its predecessors, the wheel was developed for Apple by Synaptics. The click wheel is now also used in the fourth, fifth and sixth generation iPods and the iPod Nano, from first generation through the fifth; however, in the Nano and 5G iPods onwards, the click wheel used was developed by Apple. We also specialise in selling the latest mobile phones in Coventry such as iPhone X, iPhone 8, Samsung s9 Plus as well as tablet repairs in coventry. Vvphones Coventry repairs tablets like iPad Air 2, iPad, Samsung tablet, kindle tablet repairs, iPhone repairs and Samsung Galaxy repairs for screen replacement and cracked screens in Coventry.