The end of an era came this week as Apple discontinued its last remaining "old-school" iPods, the Nano and the Shuffle. "iPhone 8" and Apple TV rumors continued to steam ahead, while U.S. President Donald Trump claimed Apple will set up multiple factories in the country.
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Apple is doing away with the iPod Shuffle, a gadget I'd eradicated from my mind until yesterday. And now I'm suddenly awash with emotion for a little white stick I hadn't considered once in this decade. I'm going to miss the hell out of it. Damn you Apple, quit playing shuffle with my heart. More »
This must have been how Radiohead sounded to 14-year-old Jude, checking out the library's CD copies of The Bends and In Rainbows, ripping their contents to his hard drive and copying them to the iPod Touch he recieved for Christmas that year. Show More Summary
Apple's iconic iPods are going away. But if you're still in the market for a dedicated music player, there are still some worthy options out there.
Apple has killed off the iPod nano and the iPod shuffle, the last remaining music players in its lineup that were solely dedicated to playing music.
Apple has killed off the iPod nano and the iPod shuffle, the last remaining music players in its lineup that were solely dedicated to playing music. Apple's gotten rid of their pages and no longer sells them online; those feeling nostalgic have to hit up Best Buy or other retailers while supplies last. With them, go […]
The iPod is on its death bed. Apple said on Thursday that it was discontinuing the iPod Shuffle and iPod Nano, leaving the iOS-equipped iPod Touch as the only model left in Apple’s venerable line of portable music players. Though the move may be sad for the nostalgic among us, it’s completely unsurprising from a business perspective. Show More Summary
It's only been three years since fans said goodbye to the iPod Classic, but they'll now have to prep for another period of nostalgia-infused mourning. "Today, we are simplifying our iPod lineup," an Apple spokesperson said in a Thursday statement, per TechCrunch. The company has confirmed it will be discontinuing...
Kif Leswing, reporting for Business Insider: “Today, we are simplifying our iPod lineup with two models of iPod Touch, now with double the capacity, starting at just $199, and we are discontinuing the iPod Shuffle and iPod Nano,” anShow More Summary
Apple has discontinued the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle. There wasn't much fanfare; it was a pretty quiet ending, when you consider that these devices defined a generation and changed the way we listen to music.
The iPod is no more, with Apple discontinuing both the Nano and Shuffle. That leaves the iPod Touch as the only Apple device now sporting the iPod name. And we all know that’s more than just a standalone music player. And with that another piece of tech falls to the mighty smartphone. Show More Summary
Apple will stop making the iPod Touch and iPod Nano, the company has confirmed. Along with the announcement came an upgrade and major price drop for Apple's competing iPod Touch. ________________________________ Apple is discontinuing two once-popular miniature iPods - the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle. Apple's last music-centric devices have...
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Neil and Victor talk about the death of the iPod, Apple's latest patent for AR googles, Foxconn manufacturing in the U.S., and much more.
Stock up, because Apple isn’t making them anymore. Apple recently discontinued its super-small audio player along with the iPod nano, leaving the iPod touch as the last iPod standing. The iPod shuffle was originally introduced in 2005, and it seemed like an odd product because it had no screen. Show More Summary
FRIDAY 7.28.17 Music Business News From Around The Web R.I.P. Apple's iPod Nano and Shuffle.Your simplicity and affordability will be missed. Updated continuously under our More News tab
Apple recently discontinued the iPod nano, which used to sit in the middle of the iPod product line. With its touch interface, it offered more operability than the iPod shuffle, but it wasn’t as big and bulky as an iPod touch or iPhone. Show More Summary
QUOTE OF THE DAY "The science of today is the technology of tomorrow." ~ Edward Teller APPLE BIDS FAREWELL TO IPOD NANO & SHUFFLE THE STORY Apple discontinues smaller capacity models of iPod music player, but continues with product. WHY DISCONTINUE THESE? We all know that there have been tremendous changes in the way we listen to and store music. Show More Summary
Apple discontinues the last of its dedicated music players.