Apple discontinues iPod Touch, sells ‘until stocks last’

It’s finally time to say goodbye to iPod.

Apple plans to discontinue the iPod Touch, ending the era of the iconic music device more than 20 years old.

The tech giant will continue to sell the iPod Touch “until stock runs out” through Apple’s website, Apple store SUPs and authorized resellers, the company said in a statement Tuesday.

“Music has always been a part of our core at Apple, bringing music to hundreds of millions of users the way iPod did, not only in the music industry, but also in the way iPod redefines the way music is discovered, listened to, and shared,” he said. Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of global marketing, said in a statement:

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2019, Apple has announced: critical ipod touch version, it works very much like an iPhone, but it doesn’t connect to a wireless carrier. The new Touch adds support for augmented reality apps and group chats in FaceTime.

iPod Touch starts at $199 for the 32GB model.

The iPod revolutionized the music industry and facilitated the transition to a digital platform. However, with the surge in popularity of smartphones such as the iPhone and support for almost all the features of the iPod, the device is slowly becoming obsolete. Apple in 2017 Quietly discontinued the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle models..

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