Apple will put several iPod models on its “obsolete” list later this September, including the last iPod nano, some models of the last iPod shuffle, and the fifth-generation iPod touch, marking a worldwide Eligible hardware repair service ends.
In a memo to authorized service providers, Apple said the late 2012 iPod shuffle, as well as the seventh-generation iPod nano and fifth-generation iPod touch, will be marked “obsolete” on September 30, according to MacRumors.
The 16GB version of the fifth-generation iPod touch has already been marked “obsolete,” and Apple hopes to add the 32GB and 64GB options to the “obsolete” list later this month.
In early May, Apple announced the discontinuation of the final seventh-generation iPod touch. In June, after sales were sold out, Apple removed the iPod touch product page from its website in all regions of the world, marking the end of the player.
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