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News: Apple to drop first-gen Apple TV, iPod classic support as of Sept 8th

Apple will be discontinuing support for another series of its older products, which are being moved to “Obsolete” status as of September 8th,

Apple TVs (plus iPods & Cinema Displays) hitting obsolete status day before new hardware on Sept 9

Apple is about to discontinue repair support for a handful of products as it plans to designate some Apple TV, iPod, and display models as ‘obsolete’ a day before it’s iPhone event next month. The products receiving obsolete status include the original Apple TV, the Apple LED Cinema Display (24-inch), Apple Cinema Display (30-inch DVI Early 2007), the 2nd and […]

iPod Touch 6G Review & Giveaway

Despite dropping the “Classic” line of iPods, Apple won’t let its iconic brand die. In fact, they’ve probably just designed the best iPod ever — but is it enough to get you to buy one? Now in its sixth generation, the iPod Touch hasShow More Summary

Best Buy Reports Excellent Apple Watch Sales

There have been people just waiting for the Apple Watch to fail. A recent article from CNN Money claimed there is more interest in the iPod than there is in the Apple Watch. “A search on Google (GOOG) Trends comparing five of Apple’s products — iPod, MacBook, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch — reveals that... Show More Summary

Even in 2015, the iPod Shuffle retains its quirky charm

Apple’s iPod Shuffle is an anachronism at best in 2015, and yet, it possess a strange charm When Mashable was sent barrage of new iPods for review, it wasn't the updated iPod Touch which interested me; it was the decidedly un-updated iPod Shuffle. Show More Summary

Neil Young admits his iPod competitor is having a hard time

After years spent whining about how the iPod was killing the music industry, rock legend Neil Young pulled his albums from Apple Music and launched his own iPod killer, the Pono Player. It was a weird pyramid shaped device that specialized in high-resolution audio, sold through its own music store, which Ars Technica memorably declared […]

News: Daily Deal: SMFX Smart Bulb

4 days agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Today in iLounge Deals you can get the SMFX Smart Bulb for only $39.99. Controllable directly from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, the SMFX app allows you to dim or brighten the bulb, change the colour, or turn it on or off. The bulb...Show More Summary

Apple Store Smart Signs will be globally replaced with Mac and iOS apps

Last week, we reported that Apple is preparing to launch a couple of significant changes for Apple Retail stores this upcoming Wednesday. Besides demoting iPods to the accessory shelves on the sides of Apple Stores, Apple will be removing the long-existing iPad-based Smart Signs. These are the iPads that sit alongside iPhones, iPads, and Macs in […]

iMore show 472: Putting the 'Pro' in iPad Pro

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — Apple Music book ships! Pro iPads, pink iPhones, shelved iPods, Ashley Madison and Spotify vs. Apple, and your questions answered! With Serenity Caldwell, Georgia Dow, and Rene Ritchie. Show More Summary

How iPods and Old Songs Are Helping Treat Dementia

Dementia is a difficult and challenging degenerative condition that will affect one in 10 people. There is little that can be done to prevent it. It degrades the functions of the brain, damaging memory, mood, and cognitive functions....Show More Summary

Getting set up with iCloud on Windows 10

It's perfectly reasonable to expect a large number of iPhone and iPad owners to also use a Windows computer. The same was true back in the early days of the iPod and led to the development of iTunes for Windows. It's never been the greatest...Show More Summary

iPods may soon be harder to find in Apple stores

Apple is yet again tweaking its retail stores to be cleaner and ritzier It's getting rid of Smart Signs — informational iPads that sit beside demo units in stores — to make way for a cleaner look and make room for more sample products. Show More Summary

If Apple moves the iPod to store shelves, it probably means some cool stuff is coming

According to a recent report, Apple is readying some in-store changes that will see the iPod go from tabletop to buried somewhere on a shelf. From 9to5Mac: Typically reserved for accessories like Apple Watch bands, headphones, and iPhone cases, Apple Store accessory walls will now be home to the recently-updated iPod line. Show More Summary

Apple Keeps Demoting iPod, Moves Them To Accessory Racks In Stores

While the iPod was a revolutionary gadget when it first hit the market in 2001, now the ability to play music files or stream them from the Internet on a portable device is something that we take for granted. Apple is continuing the slow, graceful retirement of the iPod by moving the devices to the “accessory” racks in its stores, … [More]

Opinion: With Apple TV 4 coming, Apple and app developers need a smarter pricing strategy

I’m a daily Apple TV user, and that fact apparently puts me in the minority: even when the Apple TV’s price dropped to nearly iPod shuffle levels, it didn’t take off like Apple’s iPads or iPhones. From what I’ve gathered, many people think the little black box can’t do much. And it’s amazing to me that most people can’t describe what the Apple […]

News: Apple moving iPod stock to accessory shelves in stores

Apple retail sources say starting next Wednesday, August 26, Apple Stores will be stocking iPods on store shelves alongside accessories, according to 9to5Mac. The move further separates the iPod from other Apple devices, which are kept in the back of the store and brought out to customers once they decide to buy one. Show More Summary

Apple reportedly to revamp its stores to make room for more products

As one example, the iPod lineup will be moved to the Apple accessory section so customers can simply pick one up off the shelves, says 9to5Mac.

iPods reported to be downgraded to the accessory shelves in Apple Stores

The iPod may become a second class citizen in Apple's retail stores in the US. A new report claims that beginning August 26, all iPods in those stores will be moved from the main display area over to the accessory shelves. AccordingShow More Summary

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