Apple’s online store sells all the latest remaining iPod touch models in the US


After announcing on Tuesday that the iPod line would be retired following the sale of the last remaining stock of iPod touchApple’s US online store now shows that all models of the device are now completely sold out, leaving only Apple’s international stores and third-party retailers to continue selling the device until their stock eventually runs out.

The Apple Post reported on Wednesday how all 256GB iPod touch models had been sold, with the lower priced (PRODUCT)RED 128GB model also sold out; however, since then demand for the now-discontinued iPod touch has continued, with all six colors and three storage options no longer available from Apple in the United States.

Apple released the very first iPod in 2003, the first MP3 player to store 1,000 songs. Following the launch of iPod mini in 2004 and iPod nano in 2006, Apple unveiled the first-ever iPod touch in 2007, featuring a 3.5-inch widescreen MultiTouch display, becoming the most popular iPod popular in the range.

Apple quietly discontinued the iPod nano and iPod shuffle in 2017leaving the iPod touch as the only remaining iPod in the lineup.

“Music has always been at our core at Apple, and bringing it to hundreds of millions of users in the same way the iPod has impacted more than just the music industry – it has also redefined the way music is discovered, heard and shared,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing. in a press release tuesday.

“Today, the spirit of the iPod lives on. We’ve built an incredible music experience into all of our products, from iPhone to Apple Watch to HomePod mini, and on Mac, iPad and Apple TV. And Apple Music delivers industry-leading sound quality with support for spatial audio – there’s no better way to enjoy, discover and experience music.


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