iPod touch is now sold out in the US online Apple Store

It’s only been a day since Apple permanently discontinued the iPod touch. And although the company said that customers could still buy the product “while supplies lasted”, it seems that the stocks didn’t last very long. At present, the iPod touch is completely sold out in the US online Apple Store.

As of Wednesday morning, there were still a few iPod models available, mostly versions with 32GB of storage. However, at the time of this article’s publication, it is no longer possible to purchase iPod touch models from Apple website.

The seventh-generation iPod touch was available in six different colors: space gray, silver, pink, blue, gold, and red. Customers could choose between versions with 32 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB of internal storage. However, all models have now disappeared in the United States. Although the iPod touch webpage is still available, the product is now labeled as “sold out”.

As with other countries like Brazil, Canada, France, and the United Kingdom, you can still find iPod touch models available on the Apple Store online. It looks like Apple only has a few units left in stock, so it shouldn’t be long before the iPod touch disappears into the world.

For those in the US who still want the chance to buy a latest iPod touch, there are still a few Apple Stores with units available. Of course, you can also search for iPod touch units in other stores like Amazon.

The end of the iPod

Although the end of the iPod touch wasn’t predicted by any rumors, it wasn’t exactly a surprise. The iPod touch was the last product available under the iPod brand, as Apple discontinued the iPod nano and iPod shuffle in 2017.

The last available iPod touch was released in 2019, but it didn’t have any changes from its predecessor, except for the A10 Fusion chip, which ensured more performance and longer support for updates. software. The seventh-generation iPod touch was also the last officially available 4-inch device in Apple’s lineup.

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