Apple pulls iPod nano and iPod shuffle from the trade
The iPod nano and iPod shuffle are no longer by Apple sold. The two devices disappeared Thursday from the website of the manufacturer.
A spokesperson from Apple confirms towards The Verge that the two music players from the market are to be achieved. The two iPods were the latest models that no internet connection is supported.
The iPod nano and shuffle were introduced in 2005. The nano has, since 2012, no real updates more. In 2015, the device was, however, still in new colors introduced. The iPod shuffle was awarded in 2010 for the last time a new look. Also this device was later available in new colors.
The iPod touch is still the only remaining iPod will still be in the trade. The storage capacity of the device is doubled to 32 GB, and 128 GB. Previously, there was also a variant of 16 GB, but also that has been withdrawn from the market.