The iPood baby suit is always assuming the worst. Not "iPeed" or "iFarted" or "iDrooled," instead the message is based in solid waste. There's really no point getting a baby a proper Apple device, despite the fact that children are learning how to use iPods and iPhones before they can even print. At that age, they're more likely to throw it across the room or drop it in their juice than to actually use it.
However, once you go Mac you rarely go back. Apple consumers are highly likely to own multiple Apple devices, which is why it makes sense to create the iPood so Apple fanatics can get their kids started early. You can pick up the iPood on Amazon for $18.
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The iPood Makes Your Baby an Apple User Before He/She Can Walk
- By: Jonathon BrownDec 12, 2012