Apple's iPod Touch Is Discontinued, Ending the Music Player's Legacy


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Apple's iPod Touch lineup was always in the shadow of the iPhone.

Ian Sherr May 10, 2022 9:01 a.m. PT

Just as Apple's preparing to enter the iPhone's 15th year since release, the iPod Touch, its less popular cousin, will no longer be made. Apple announced that the iPhone-iPod hybrid device released in 2007 will no longer be available after all its supplies run out,. The move marks an end not just for the handheld device but also an end to the iPod product line, which helped reshape the entertainment industry two decades ago.

 

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RIP iPods. This makes me feel old.


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RIP iPods. This makes me feel old.

Me too! End of an era

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End of an era for sure. I honestly couldn’t tell you the last time I saw an iPod. Wonder what we will see next?

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True, I think most people now use their smartphone for music now that the capacity of phones is big enough for most people’s music.

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