Apple Discontinues iPod Shuffle and Nano

Apple reduces the price of the iPod touch, removing old 16GB and 64GB models

Apple Just Killed iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle

Apple is now offering 32GB as the entry-level capacity for the iPod touch. The company has also simplified and updated its pricing on the current iPod touch, bringing pricing down by up to $100. While the products do not appear on Apple's website anymore, there's no indication when they'll be pulled from Apple retail store shelves or from those of authorized retailers.

Apple has discontinued the iPod shuffle and iPod nano. The base model iPod touch now comes with 32GB of storage for $199 and a 128GB model is available for $299.

But the original hardware iPods have a special place in Apple's history.

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The quiet gravity of this can't be overstated, in my opinion - the iPod is what turned Apple in to the consumer electronics juggernaut it is today. The iPod clearly paved the way for the iPhone. This makes the iPod touch the last device standing with the once ubiquitous iPod name.

The rise of the iPhone and the company's push into streaming with Apple Music have helped make music ownership a thing of the past.

Regardless, it's the end of an era as Apple no longer sells any traditional music players.

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