This truly 21st-century take on the electric guitar, has a built in dock for an iPhone (5 through 7 Plus) or iPod Touch (5th or 6th gen), and works with iOS apps like IK Multimedia’s Amplitube to modify and sweeten sounds through its 20-watt class D and trio of high-quality speakers.
Hot on the heels of a fifth developer release, Apple on Tuesday issued a fourth public beta of iOS 11, available to anyone with a compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Also out are fourth public betas of tvOS 11 for the Apple TV, and macOS High Sierra.
How do I turn on Find My iPhone? Tracking your iPhone is easy! Find My iPhone lets you remotely track your lost, stolen, or misplaced Apple device — be it an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac — from virtually anywhere, as long as the device in question has some kind of internet connection. Show More Summary
The music hasn't stopped for Apple's iPod lineup. Apple today (July 27) doubled the capacities on its iPod Touch lineup, so the $199 music player now offers 32GB of storage while the $299 model tops out at 128GB. The iPod Shuffle has been lost in the shuffle, as has the iPod Nano.
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
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
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
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...
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
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
Touch became the last iPod standing on Thursday as Apple removed nano and shuffle stand-alone digital music players from its lineup.
Apple has discontinued its iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle personal media players. The only iPod that remains in Apple’s fleet is the iPod Touch, which is based on the iOS device hardware and software stacks. At present, Apple’s iPod Nano...Show More Summary
After nearly 12 years of service, Apple on Thursday officially killed off the iPod nano and iPod shuffle, leaving the $199 32GB iPod touch as the only iPod consumers can buy.
Though the iPod Touch is here to stay
Earlier today, Apple announced that it’s finally discontinuing the iPod nano and shuffle once and for all, making the touch the last iPod standing. Four years after the end of the iPod classic, it’s no surprise that the company would sunset its contemporaries, but it’s still a bittersweet moment nonetheless. Show More Summary
Apple has killed both the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle, while doubling the storage on the iPod touch.
Surprising few, Apple today discontinued the iPod Shuffle and iPod Nano. It’s an end of an era, and I think a lot of people — particularly from my generation — will be sad to see it go. What surprised some was Apple sparing the iPod Touch from the axe. Show More Summary
Apple has officially discontinued the iPod nano and iPod shuffle, signalling the end of an era as the last remaining traditional iPod models in its lineup disappear. Both devices have been removed from the Apple online store, which now...Show More Summary