Apple Inc. Retires The iPod Classic

Apple Inc. Retires The iPod Classic
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It feels like just yesterday Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) first unveiled the iPod as a revolutionary MP3 player. Music buffs could simplify their music collection by storing all their favorite songs in one little device and take it everywhere they go. But since the unveiling of the iPhone and the iPad, the overall demand for MP3 players declined over time. Earlier this week, the Cupertino-based tech giant bid adieu to the iPod Classic.

Other iPods still available

As of yet, Apple still offers variations of the iPod Shuffle, Nano, and Touch. Although Apple was not the first company to launch the MP3 music player, it was the company that increased the popularity of it and brought it to mainstream. It also helps that Apple solved a few problems related to music players. Before the iPod, MP3 players were limited to storing just a handful of songs. Many music players back in the day also were a little bit complicated to use, but Apple simplified the design for everyone.

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