In 2019, Apple released the latest iPod touch and so far, this product line has not had another version. Although very outdated, but Apple continued to sell iPod touch for many years, until today, the new line of iPods is “rested” by Apple.
Apple has officially announced that it will discontinue the iPod touch, with the understandable reason that its features are already available on other product lines.
In a statement, Apple’s Chief Marketing Officer, Greg Joswiak, said that “the spirit of the iPod will live on” in other Apple products.
“Music has always been a core part of Apple, and the iPod has impacted more than just the music industry – it’s also revolutionized the way people discover, listen to, and share music.”said Greg Joswiak. “Today, the spirit of the iPod lives on. We’ve integrated an incredible music experience across all of our products, from iPhones to Apple Watch to HomePod mini and on Mac, iPad and Apple TV. Apple Music delivers exceptional sound quality, there’s no better way to enjoy, discover, and experience music.”
Apple introduced the first iPod 21 years ago in October 2001, at that time it was a revolutionary music device that put thousands of songs neatly in the user’s pocket so they could listen. anywhere. Apple introduced many versions of the iPod, including the iPod Shuffle, iPod nano, and iPod touch, but all were scrapped and discontinued.
Users will still be able to purchase iPod touch on the website, at Apple retail stores, and through authorized resellers, while stocks last.
The seventh-generation iPod touch starts at $199 and it features a 4-inch display with thick bezels, a home button without a fingerprint sensor, and an A10 Fusion chip.