Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) finally bid a farewell to the old iconic iPod classic, which set the bar for all other music players in the market. Right after the announcement of all new next generation iPhone 6, and the Apple Watch, the entire world was unable to the see the classic iPod anymore.

iPod, without any doubt, was one of biggest hits Apple ever had, and it changed the way entire world was listening to the music. The iconic statement “That’s one thousand songs in your pocket,” set a new bar for the music industry, and with an introduction to iTunes Apple shares in the market went touching the sky.

There has been a lot of history coming along with the Apple iPod Classic. It was first released in the year 2001 and was priced at almost $400. It was pretty easy to use, operate and with iTunes, which allowed anyone to download songs directly onto the device.

Along with the iconic click wheel, this device didn’t have a ridiculous unfriendly user interface and was a game changer for the Cupertino giant.

However, Apple is still not giving up on the iPod line of devices, an individual can still pick up among the iPod Nano, shuffle, or an iPod touch from the Apple Store.

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