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The end of iPod is nearing

January 29, 2014

Sean Hollister writes for The Verge:

What happened to the iPod? Simple cannibalization, for one: every one of those 51 million iPhones can take the place of an iPod. (Steve Jobs famously called the iPhone “the best iPod we’ve ever made.”) And as people increasingly get their music from streaming services, a constant internet connection could be key, something you don’t get with an iPod or even a iPod touch unless you have a Wi-Fi hotspot to pair with.

I concur, Apple as might as calling it “just a hobby” soon enough.

And I couldn’t be more happier for Apple when the time has come, once again the company will come to one of its strongest roots: simplicity in the offering of its product line-ups.

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