We’re pleased to bring you our latest icon set, the current (as of March 2009) line of Apple iPods in vector format.
Sure, there are only four icons here, but we’ve put as much effort into these four as we have done for our larger icon sets. We’ve aimed to make them as realistic as possible – from the subtle glare on the iPod touch, right down to the chrome switch on the new iPod shuffle.
As you can see, we’ve recreated the wonderful work of Johnny Ive and his team in Adobe Illustrator for your icon using pleasure. There’s a current (as of March 2009) generation shuffle, nano, classic, and touch ready and waiting to be used. So what are you waiting for?
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Don’t have Adobe Illustrator? Download the SVG.
We hope you like them and as always you’re free to use them however you wish, as long as that’s OK with Apple. Is that OK with you, Steve?
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Pay whatever you want
We put considerable effort into the resources we make. We’re asking anyone who actually gets some use out of these icons and buttons to pay for them, and for the time we spent creating them. We won’t set the price point, so pay whatever you like. Hate them? Don’t pay anything!
Using these icons commercially
If you want to use these icons and buttons commercially (on your company’s website, in client work, in any scenario where you’ll be profiting from the work they’re in) then we kindly request that you donate at least $40 to justify the time and effort we’ve put in to creating them. It wasn’t a small job, and your money goes directly back in to creating more quality design resources.