Apple Kills iPod Nano and Shuffle, Drops iPod Touch Price $100
Apple is discontinuing two once-popular miniature iPods – the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle.
Apple’s last music-centric devices have already been removed from the company’s site. Some Apple stores and major retailers still have existing stock available for sale.
Alongside side the death of theses mini-iPods came an announcement of a refreshed iPod Touch line. Apple has discontinued the Touch 16G and 64G models and dropped the price of the remaining 32G $50 to $199 and the 128G models $100 to to $299. Apple’s Touch line includes am 8MP iSight camera and an robust A8 chip to power most apps.
The new models are available now.