Get out the Kleenex and hit play on the Boyz II Men musical montages — it’s officially the end of an era. Three years after discontinuing the iPod classic, Apple is finally doing the same its lower-end brethren, the shuffle and nano. The company pulled both iconic MP3 players from its site earlier today and has since confirmed with TechCrunch that this is, indeed, the end. That… Read More

from iFeeltech IT News Mix4 https://techcrunch.com/2017/07/27/apple-discontinues-ipod-nano-and-shuffle-and-doubles-ipod-touch-capacities-to-32gb-and-128gb/?ncid=rss

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