Apple has finally put the iPod to rest. By retiring the iPod Touch — the last model of the media player — Apple ended a two-decade-long journey that began with the first-gen iPod in 2001.
Over the years, Apple has integrated music experiences across all its products, including iPhones, Apple Watches, Macs, iPads, and Apple TV. Now if you think of music on an Apple device, you think of Apple Music. Of course, you could also be using another music streaming service. But the point of the matter is that the iPod’s importance in Apple’s product lineup has been declining consistently. It’s safe to say that the device’s heydays are way behind it.
For many, the device might be lying redundant and forgotten in a desk drawer somewhere. We want to know if that’s the case with you. Do you still use an iPod? Take our poll and head to the comments section to let us know how the iPod fits in your daily lives.