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With Apple pulling out the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle, we're seeing the end of the good old offline portable dedicated music player era.
Do you think Apple should continue on this line of products, particularly for the small market of school children who do not yet own a smartphone?

Here's a recap of the various offline portable players over the years.
Which is your most memorable one?
Mine is of course the Walkman with the Cassette.
And yes, I'm also one of those that played with the cassette tape with a pencil!
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34%
The Walkman with the Cassette
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14%
The Discman with the Compact Disc
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9%
The MD Player with the Mini Disc
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17%
The Music Player with Flash Memory Card
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25%
Others

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It’s officially the end of an era.

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AirPods are on track to be Apple's new iPod story,

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Here's an iPod Touch (6th Gen - 2015) that I'm testing out. Performance is good with A8 Processor (same as iPhone 6) but with smaller 4" screen.
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3/31/17
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Is it worth it to buy an iPod Touch mainly for FaceTime and other iOS exclusive features? I currently don't own a device with Apple's video/audio calling app. I know Mac computers, iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches have FaceTime available. iPod Touches start at $199, 16 GB from Apple directly. There is not an educational discount from their stores for the iPod.

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Surprisingly my iPod 4 hasnt been broken/repaired so far in its 6 year life.
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