Apple has blazoned that it’s discontinuing the iPod Touch, the last remaining model in its lineup of movable music players. In a

news post on Tuesday, the company says that it'll vend the current Touch “ while inventories last.” While Apple may be done 

with making devoted music players, the company says that “ the spirit of iPod lives on” in all of its bias that play music, 

similar as the iPhone, iPad, and HomePod Mini. The iPod Touch going down marks the end of an period. As Apple notes, it

introduced the first iPod “ over 20 times agone.” The original FireWire- equipped model acted as just a movable music player,

and Apple made models that were enough important simply for harkening to audio up until 2017, when it discontinued the iPod Nano

and Shuffle. While the iPod Touch has been embraced by some iPod suckers as the new classic music player, it also plant a 

following for those who wanted an iPhone-suchlike experience but did n’t actually need a phone. While the iPod Touch has had its

suckers, the jotting’s been on the wall for a while. The seventh- word iPod Touch Apple discontinued Tuesday was introduced in

2019 via a press release. While the iPhone 11 would be released latterly that time, the 2019 touch had the same A10 processor as the iPhone 7.