Apple discontinues iPod nano and iPod shuffle

- Adrian Ungureanu
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Two iconic Apple products have reached the end of their career as the Cupertino-based company has pulled of its official website the two music players.

So if anybody wants an iPod, from this point on your only option will be the iPod touch – and who knows how long it will be before that one bites the dust too. For now, Apple seems to be doubling down on the touch, since it’s just upped its available storage capacities.

The iPod touch can now be had with either 32 or 128GB of internal space, up from 16 and 64GB. The prices haven’t changed, though – the entry-level model is still $199 and the other one goes for $299.