The end of the iPod Classic

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The end of the iPod Classic

Last September 9, when Apple launched the Apple Watch and two new iPhones, one item was absent in the new layout. The iPod ‘Classic’ met its demise that day, as Apple quietly pulled the plug. The original iPod had a good 13-year run and dominated the music player market, setting the standard for more than a decade. Before it, we had cassettes and CDs. We had to bring multiple tapes or a mini CD storage book to listen to music. Apple eliminated all that when they introduced the iPod in 2001, with a light, compact body that carried massive storage capabilities.

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