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Apple trims its iPod lineup to one lonely model

The iPod is clearly an endangered species after 15 years. Apple has quietly discontinued the iPod nano and iPod shuffle, yanking their product pages from its website. Both MP3 players are hanging around retail stores, but not for long — if you’re feeling nostalgic, you’d better plan a shopping trip in the near future. You do get a consolation prize, though. While the iPod touch hasn’t changed since its 2015 refresh, it’s now a much better value at $199 for a 32GB model (previously 16GB) and $299 for a 128GB version (originally 64GB).

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