Apple has added the seventh-generation iPod Nano to its list of Vintage and Obsolete products, officially marking the end of active support for one of the best selling iPods.
iPod Nano devices are still eligible for repairs and service at Apple Genius Bars and Authorized Service providers, only when required parts are available. In two years, the latest iPod Nano will become obsolete and will no longer be eligible for repair.
Introduced on September 7 in 2005, the iPod Nano became the smallest iPod with a screen and over 12 years came in various shapes, sizes, and colors.
The last iPod Nano was the seventh-generation, which debuted in 2012, with a 2.5-inch touch screen and home button. 3 years later in 2015, Apple added three new color options. In 2017 Apple announced it would discontinue the Nano Line after iPod Touch sales took the majority of iPod sales.
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