The U.S. Online Apple Store has officially sold out of the iPod Touch. With this marks the end of Apple selling the iPod in the U.S.
As users share iPod stories on Twitter due to the end of the iPod line, some users are getting back interesting responses from unlikely sources.
Online retailers show that many models of the iPod touch are sold out. This arrives after the news that Apple is discontinuing the device.
We’ve known it was coming, but not when. Finally, the iPod touch has reached the end of an era. The music lives on, but the iPod is retired.
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A 5G-capable iPhone SE is just around the corner. This gives Apple an opportunity to offer a real budget-friendly handset, a $199 iPhone SE.
For me, these are the four products Apple should discontinue from its lineup. I do believe they’re lost in time and any customer that bought one right now would be disappointed with the general experience.
I agree that it’s high time for Apple to discontinue the iPod touch, Watch Series 3, and Beats Solo3 Wireless. These products just aren’t reflective of the best Apple can offer anymore. Some might say the Apple Watch Series 3 is still a good choice. I’d argue most would be better off with the SE model. It’s only $70 more expensive and much more robust. But the Intel-powered Mac mini? I can’t really buy into this idea, simply for the sake of anybody who still needs to dual-boot Windows and macOS.
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There are a couple of different ways you can turn the iPhone flashlight off and on. These methods also work for iPad Pro and iPod touch.
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There are plenty of use cases for the iPod Touch, but the exorbitantly high price means it is very hard to justify buying one.