Apple shut down iPod Nano and Shuffle

Apple decided to focus on selling one iPod product, the iPod Touch. The decision was realized by Apple to stop selling iPod Nano and Shuffle on its official website.

According to Phone Arena reports, the information has been confirmed by Apple, and the Cupertino origin company also claims to have made some changes to its official website in response to the decision. But the discontinuation of iPod Nano and Shuffle sales will only last for a while.

Meanwhile, for Apple Touch, Apple rolled out its first update since 2015. The device now offers versions with 32GB of internal memory for USD199 (Rp2,7 million), and the 128GB version for USD299 (Rp4 million). Previously, there is also a 16GB and 64GB internal memory version offered at the same price.

Apple iPod Touch comes with a 4-inch screen and carrying a resolution of 640 x 1136 pixels. This device is powered by a dual-core Apple A8 chipset with M8 movement co-processor and 1GB of RAM. On the back, there is an 8MP camera with f / 2.4 aperture while in front there is a 1.2MP camera with f / 2.2 aperture. Apple equips the iPod Touch with a capacity of 1043mAh battery as a source of energy devices.

The original iPod is a version of MP3 music player by Apple and is the first product that makes Apple a star in the consumer product line as it is today. Not long after, Apple announced the latest product range from this line of iPods, including iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle. iPod Touch was first introduced on September 5, 2007, sometime after Apple launched the iPhone.

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