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Apple took down the sale pages for its iPod nano and iPod shuffle today, discontinuing both products as it moves toward "simplifying [its] iPod lineup," per The Verge.
- Hadn't seen much love: The iPod nano, last updated in 2012, and iPod shuffle, last updated in 2010, were Apple's last music devices to lack Internet connectivity. They join the beloved iPod classic, which was discontinued in 2014, in the dustbin.
- The future: The memory of the iPod touch was doubled while retaining the same price as it becomes the flagship — and sole surviving member — of Apple's iPod line.