Maybe they'd be better off with an iPod classic with its humungous storage capacity, or possibly an iPod nano, which is small and not too shabby at all. Or what about the diminutive iPod shuffle?
The best way to decide is to read our reviews of all four iPods here are Tech.co.uk
It looks like an iPhone, works like an iPhone, but - you know - doesn't actually have the phone bit in. Is it any good? Our verdict is in
A timeless masterpiece, or now just an also-ran? Our in-depth review will put you straight on that one
The so-called 'fat nano' is actually anything but. It's also sure to win many a heart come Yuletide season, iPod touch or not
It's small, cute, colourful and very very cheap, but is the iPod shuffle worth the money?