After nearly 16 years on the market and more than 400 million units sold, Apple quietly pulled iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle out of its online stores today. The iPod Touch is still available in the Apple Store with 32GB of memory at price of $199. But this is not the original old school iPod, this is more like a lite version of iPhone.

Today is the official end of the Apple’s own music players, once considered for one of the most successful music players. You may wonder why we need a music player after we carry smartphones in our pockets that can do almost everything, but for some people iPod is more than just a player.

He changed the music industry and gave us that sense of freedom, to can listen thousands of songs wherever we are. In addition, many people prefer to exercise with a much smaller music player,rather than a bulky smartphone.

Apple has long predicted iPods would gradually fade away as more people bought iPhones or other smartphones capable of playing music.

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Today, more and more people choose to listen music online rather than offline, and this trend will continue indeed. Apple itself has released its music streaming service, which also helped to speed up the iPod’s death. Will you miss this small and compact music player? Share your thoughts in the comments section down below.

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