Join the discussion: It's 2017; do you still rock an iPod?

We've recently had to say goodbye to a couple of iPod models (RIP Nano, we hardly knew ye), but that doesn't mean that there aren't some people who still fall head-over-heels for their iPod every time they plug their headphones in!

So we have to ask: are you one of those people who still rocks an iPod in 2017?

Just wondered how many people still used a iPod, with apple music, photos, etc all syncing across devices I wouldn't think my little iPod Nano would be used much - however I find it comes with me quite a lot while driving or when I get the train or walk etc as I listen to a lot of podcast and have a few photos saved, battery last FOREVER too! What about you guys/girls?


I haven't used my iPod in a while but I still have it. The issue I have with it is that I can get tired of music pretty quickly. I don't buy music as much anymore since I find it easier to stream. This thread makes me want to find my charger and charge it so that I can use it.


I have the most recent Nano. Use it every day while running and working outside. Bought a new one after leaving my month-old one in my pants pocket and washing them. Wouldn’t think of running with my iPhone 6s.


Hop on into the iMore forums and join the discussion today over whether or not you think the iPod has a place in 2017!

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Cella Lao Rousseau

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