End of the road for the iPod!

Apple has announced discontinuing the iPod production line but says that customers can still buy while supplies last. 

In a press release on May 10, the iPhone maker revealed that it is finally letting go of iPod after making it for over 20 years.

Understandably, Apple’s reason is solid. Several other devices now pack the features that the iPod is supposed to offer and more. Not that many people will be spending on it when they can get its features on other devices.

“We’ve integrated an incredible music experience across all of our products, from the iPhone to the Apple Watch to HomePod mini, and across Mac, iPad, and Apple TV,” Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, said.

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However, despite the iPod tottering on the brink of extinction. Apple makes it clear that it in no way means that its customer’s music listening experience will suffer. If anything, it promises that things will be better in the press release that was tagged “The music lives on.”

Packed with more than 90 million songs split into 30,000 playlists, Apple Music continues the iPod dream of making music easier to find across the company’s products.

In addition, if you are hung up on nostalgia, you can still coop the latest iPod design, the touch, at any Apple Store location in your area or from the online store and other authorised retailers. But once this supply wave ends, the iPod will be officially off the market.

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