iPod Classic

Watch How You Can Run Doom Eternal from an iPod Classic [VIDEO]

The iPod Classic is, without a doubt, one of Apple’s best creations to date with many people still choosing to use it as their go-to MP3 player. And even though the device was officially discontinued in 2014, most of the iPod Classics still functional are even older than that. Last week, the folks over at...

If You Miss the iPod Click Wheel, This App is For You

Elvin Hu, a design student at Cooper Union college in New York City, is developing an app that turns the iPhone into an iPod Classic with its iconic click wheel (via The Verge). Hu shared an early look at the app on Twitter yesterday, showing how the app turns your iPhone into a fullscreen iPod Classic...

Last Chance: Walmart.ca Has the 160GB iPod Classic Available for $248

Back in September, Apple killed the iPod Classic (along with the iPhone 4S) as it removed the iconic music player from its website. The only way to buy one is if you can find remaining stock among retailers (they’re sold out at places like Future Shop and Best Buy) or if you go the eBay/Craigslist/Kijiji...

Apple Kills the iPod Classic, iPhone 4S

The Apple website has undergone a major overhaul, adopting the fresh flat layout the company first showcased with iOS 7 and extended to Mac OS X as well with Yosemite. Besides the obvious design change, another fact captured our attention: The iPod Classic is now gone. It was widely expected that Apple would terminate the...

Apple Removes Sidebar Link to Refurbished iPod Classic

Apple has taken an important step today concerning the life of the iPod classic product line: As noticed by MacRumors reader Max, the link to the iPod classic from the sidebar of both the US and Canadian refurbished store has been greyed out. Since then, the link to the refurbished iPod classic has been completely...

Apple’s iPod Controls 72% of the Portable Media Players Market

Apple remains the uncrowned king of the portable media player market: the iPod accounts for 72% of the music player market, according to NPD research's Benjamin Arnold, who shared the company's latest findings with AppleInsider. The market continues to shrink, however; during the past year it shrunk by 33%. Apple stopped reporting iPod sales a...

Get Ready To Kiss The Click Wheel iPod Classic Goodbye

Looks like its time to kiss the click wheel goodbye, as this is the year the iPod classic will die. As noted by Wired, a new iPod classic is one thing we’re not expecting to see at Tuesday's Apple event. Analyst Charles Golvin says, “I don’t see Apple investing any more into the iPod classic, even just to upgrade...