Is Apple Planning to Pull the Plug Off iPod?

Is Apple planning to pull the plug off from iPod?

Apple’s beloved iPod is no more displayed on the official website of the company post shuffling of the portal during its yearly WWDC developer meeting. For the past 13 years, the iPod was indispensable to the company website. But recently, it has been pushed deep beneath the ‘Apple Music’ tab. This is Apple’s novel service for music streaming, launched this Monday, according to Techradar.com This new development on Apple’s portal could be a signal of the slaying of the iPod. It is not shocking since we haven’t seen any new update and model launch of the iPod since 2012. Apple did not display sales of the device in its first quarter report for 2015. This was a massive signal that one of Apple’s hottest at one time is dying. Although Apple seems to be removing iPod from its product list, the iPod has given them many advantages ever since its release in 2001.  With the release of the iPhone, the MP3 [+more]

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iTunes – Now more Social than Ever Before

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                                                                                                                                                                    While usually these upgrades are more on the technical side in the backend, this time around, the iTunes interface has been completely revamped, and how! Featuring an edge-to-edge snappy design, you can enjoy an entirely new experience with better view of the album art. But wait, that’s not all – the enhancement to iTunes doesn’t just end with a new look. Probably the most exciting upgrade to iTunes [+more]

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Apple Uncovered iPhone 5 & iPod… Next is iPad Mini?

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Quite true to the speculations going around, iPhone 5 was just the same as what was expected, no big surprises there! Delivering what analysts thought Apple would, the fun of iPhone 5 will begin as the smartphone hits the shelves this 21st. Despite all rumors and leaks, it was assumed that Apple would also announce ‘iPad Mini’ alongside. But the event was so packed with new releases that Apple thought it to be best to unveil the ‘iPad Mini’ next month. At the press conference, Apple announced the new iPhone, revamped iPod, and an updated version of iTunes. Clubbing together speculations of iPad Mini, Apple might have something in store for the holiday season. So we have enough time to grab a model of iPhone 5 and think about iPad Mini later on. In case both- the iPad mini and iPhone 5 hit the stores by October end, Apple will [+more]

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