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iPod Classic was discontinued as Apple could no longer get the parts

Apple discontinued the iPod Classic earlier this year, and now Tim Cook has revealed the reason behind the move. Speaking at the Wall Street Journal Digital Live conference, Cook stated that Apple had to cease production as parts were not available.

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How to take a screenshot with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have moved the sleep/wake button to a new location, but you can still take screenshots as easily as ever. And yes, while this might be second-nature to some, Apple doesn't tell you how to take a screenshot out of the box. So, not everyone may yet know that they can capture their iPhone screen content with just the touch of a button (well, two buttons actually).

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AppleCare+ purchase window extended to 60 days for iPhone and iPad

Apple is reportedly increasing the amount of time buyers of its iPhone and iPad products can take before choosing whether or not to purchase its $99 AppleCare+ extended support from 30 days to 60 days.

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16GB iPod touch now available worldwide

Apple has now pulled the trigger on sales of the new 16GB iPod touch outside the United States, with the iOS device now available to purchase worldwide via the company's online stores.

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How to use iOS 8 for iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide

iOS 8 rounds out existing features and brings with it a host of new features for iPhone and iPad. There's the new Photos app, new Messages features, the QuickType keyboard, Family Sharing, iCloud Drive, the new Health app, Continuity, Extensibility, the new Spotlight and much, much more. Finding them all can take some time. Figuring them all out even more so. That's where iMore's ultimate guide to iOS 8 comes in. If you're new to the iPhone or iPad, this is where you should start. If you've been using the iPhone or iPad for a while, this is where you should your family, friends, and colleagues!

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Why a 32GB iPhone costs $100 more

Apple's updated iPod touch lineup separates 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacity models by $50 price increments. That's new for Apple in the iOS device lineup. Previously for the iPod touch, and still for the iPhone and iPad, capacity models are separated by $100 price increments. There are some other factors, like iPhone 5c vs. iPhone 5s pricing, or iPad Air vs. Retina iPad mini pricing, or iPad Wi-Fi vs. iPad cellular pricing. However, for the most part, Apple chooses to segment devices by capacity. So, is that a good thing or a bad thing?

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iPod touch: Kids review!

The iPod touch is now colorful and camera-equiped across the line, and available for just $199 for 16GB, and just $249 or $299 for 32GB or 64GB. To get to those price points, however, it eschews cutting-edge specs. It's not the fastest processor or highest-end camera. It's simply the least expensive, most portable way way to get onto iOS and the App Store. So what does that mean for the experience? How productive and how much fun is it to use?

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iFixit tears down the new 16GB iPod touch

Any time a new Apple product — like the just-updated 16GB iPod touch — gets released, it's a safe bet a tear-down will follow. The tear down will show two things: what new parts Apple has managed to cram inside, and what old parts they've kept along for the ride. Not surprisingly, for the price-reduced iPod touch, we're getting entirely the latter. This is the same iPod touch Apple introduced in 2012 alongside the iPhone 5, just stripped down to 16GB of NAND Flash storage.

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iPod touch: Who is it best for and why?

The iPod touch doesn't always get the attention or consideration it deserves. Some of that is simply a reflection of its current status — it hasn't seen a significant update since it was released alongside the iPhone 5 in 2012. Sure, it has the a 4-inch Retina display like the current iPhones, and the same 5mp iSight camera as the iPad line, but it's using the Apple A5 processor in time when even the Apple A7 may soon be surpassed. Yet, as Apple told us so brilliantly in 2011, technology alone is not enough. It's experience, not specs that matter to most people. And if anyone is the least bit price sensitive, if anyone wants something pocketable but doesn't want the phone bits, then the iPod touch remains one of the best options. So, now that Apple's added case colors and a camera to the 16GB model at $199, and dropped the price of the 32GB and 64GB models to $249 and $299 respectively, how do you know if the iPod touch is for you or yours?

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Apple releases updated 16GB iPod touch, drops price on 32GB and 64GB models

Apple has released an updated 16GB iPod touch for $199. While the previous 16GB model featured no rear camera and only came in Space Gray, the new version has a 5-megapixel iSight camera and comes in the same array of colors as the 32GB and 64GB models — space gray, silver, pink, yellow, blue, and (Product) red.

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