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The Discontinued iPod Classic Is Currently The Most Expensive iPod

When Apple quietly killed off the iPod Classic earlier this year, there was a small outcry from Apple loyalists with sizeable music collections. And if current prices are anything to go buy, it looks like some people haven’t given up on the dream of owning one.


Apple Deleted Competitors' Songs From Your iPod

During a court hearing in Oakland, California, it’s come to light that, between 2007 and 2009, Apple deleted tracks downloaded from rival music services off of iPods. According to attorney Patrick Coughlin, users who downloaded music from other services and then tried to sync them to their iPod using iTunes would receive an error message.


Can't Go Back Now: Apple Stops Supporting iOS 7

With every new iOS update, there are bugs and glitches. Oh man, were there ever glitches with iOS 8. For a brief time, if you knew how, you could go back to the sane stability of iOS 7. Not anymore — Apple stopped signing iOS 7.1.2 on Friday afternoon.


Go Download iOS 8 Right Now

Apple users, it’s here — the final, stable, built-for-the-regular-public version of iOS 8 has arrived. Back up your stuff so you don’t lose everything, and then go get that fresh new software!


A Visual History Of The iPod Click Wheel

The click wheel is dead! Long live the touchscreen. While Apple has moved on to brighter and screenier devices, the click wheel remains one of our favourite input methods of all time. Call us sentimental, but let’s take a walk down memory lane.


Where Can You Buy A High Capacity MP3 Player Now The iPod Classic Is Dead?

The iPod Classic is dead. The Classic has been on life support for the last few years, but now the time has come for the high capacity Apple MP3 player to be mercy killed at the hands of Tim Cook. Despite the fact that nobody’s really buying them anymore, everyone who hears that the product is dead wails and tears at their garments. So what’s the alternative going forward? Where can you buy a high capacity MP3 player in a post-Classic world?


Apple Finally Killed The iPod Classic. RIP iPod Classic.

Today is a sad day. Today is also a happy day for severalexcitingreasons, but today is a sad day for one very specific reason. Today is the day the iPod Classic died.


Turn An iPod Dock Into A Chromecast Speaker

When Apple made the switch from 30 pin to lightning connectors, a lot of iPod docks became effectively obsolete overnight. Obsolete, that is, unless you’re willing to hack them to take other music sources, such as turning them into Chromecast speakers.


Mynd Calendar Premium: This App Knows Your Schedule Better Than You Do

Mynd’s smart calendar app for iOS just got a hefty new update today. The free version adds some smart features like integration with your Contact list and LinkedIn, but it’s the paid Premium upgrade that gets a major boost: it acts like a digital assistant, learning how you spend your day to predict what your future calendar looks like.


The Long-Neglected 16GB iPod Touch Gets A Camera And A Price Cut

While it might surprise some that the iPod touch is still trundling along, the entire lineup has gotten a significant price cut today — and the lowest-end version picked up a fancy new camera and a colour spectrum.