Apple has closed the production of its iPod nano and the iPod shuffle is the latest in a line of companies that have no Internet access, writes The Verge.
So, the company closed the pages of these players and the link “Buy” that still give the search engines not to pass.
In response to a request by The Verge, a representative of the company wrote that Apple left the production of the iPod touch, which will be available in two models with 32 and 128 GB of memory.
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The iPod nano and iPod shuffle are not immediately removed from the networks electronics – they will remain in the range as long as the shops do not sell out all stocks.
In 2014, Apple has withdrawn from the production of its iconic iPod classic .