Dating ipod nano
"Today, we are simplifying our i Pod lineup with two models of i Pod touch now with double the capacity starting at just 9 and we are discontinuing the i Pod shuffle and i Pod nano," the company said in an email.Industry trackers and California-based Apple itself have long acknowledged that the do-it-all i Phone would eat away at sales of one-trick devices such as i Pod MP3 players, so the farewell was met more with nostalgia than surprise. The two iconic music players have been quietly removed from the Apple Store, signalling that they join the company's many other dead but much loved products.The line is now gradually diminishing – leaving only the i Pod Touch left.
Neither the shuffle nor the nano linked to the internet, instead relying on downloading music from Apple online shop i Tunes through computers.
The 32GB model can be bought for 9 and the 128GB one can be bought for 9, and that model received a major update relatively recently.
Apple has kept the name "Pod" around, despite the slow death of the i Pod.
But both have been slowly killed off by the i Phone.
They follow the i Pod Classic, which was killed in 2014.
You just press down on the play/pause button for a few seconds and the i Pod will turn off, meaning it's on standby.