The state of the iPod
I am thinking of getting a new iPod Touch and it got me thinking. What changes may or may not see in the iPod line. Will they kill the classic? Will they continue to have the iPod touch some what follow the iPhone as far as screen sizes just with lower end specs. Maybe get rid of the shuffle and do things different with the nano. What are you thoughts of the future of the iPod family?
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Re: The state of the iPod
The iPod Classic is indeed on it's way out, in my opinion. In regard to my thoughts on any upcoming iPod models, I really haven't given it much thought. With the streaming music and video being the rage today, and apps like Pandora are built-in to many newer model vehicles, it's hard for me to gauge the need consumers might have for an iPod - not to mention the ability to store music and video on their current smartphone, whether an iPhone or any other model.
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