The iPod nano 6th generation is now officially obsolete - NewCydiaTweaks


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Monday, September 4, 2017

The iPod nano 6th generation is now officially obsolete

The iPod has been one of Apple's iconic devices, there is no one who doubts. But, of them, the iPod nano 6th generation, launched in September 2010, highlighted by its innovative design, compact size and the ability to even wear as a clock, a jewel for lovers of music.
But, today Apple has announced that the iPod nano 6th generation is officially obsolete and therefore, the company will stop providing technical service; this occurs five years after the device was discontinued in 2012.

Apple eliminates technical support for the iPod nano 6th generation

After seven years since its launch, this Apple music player that for many was considered the company's first to be able to have a Nike application that allows monitoring of physical activity joins the list of products that have lost the technical support and leaves those who still have a model like this on their own ... which at some point had to happen.
A similar announcement was made earlier this year when it officially suspended its line of iPod nano and iPod shuffle.
For some time, Apple has shown signs of wanting to remove iPos from the ecosystem of its products and currently only features the Pod Touch, last updated in July 2015 with an Apple A8 chip and an 8-megapixel iSight camera. However, it is possible that its end is also close; the fall in sales of these devices has been obvious in recent years and for every company, this represents a sufficient reason not to continue to invest in development or updates.
Thus, it is the iPad Touch, the only model available via online , which is still offered in the colors silver, gold, gray, pink, blue and red, with these prices:
32GB: € 229.00
128 GB: € 339.00
16GB and 64GB discontinued

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