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    • don't waste your money, buy an iPhone 8 / plus and use it as an iPod.
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    • Remind me when these are sub $50
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    • These are only good to buy as a collectors item these days. Keep them sealed for 10+ years and you will probably make decent money reselling it on eBay or something.
      Same thing is happening with iPod classics and older gen iPhones as long as they are sealed.
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    • I still have the first gen Ipod Classic 40GB and its gathering dust. Works perfectly as I charge and discharge the battery.
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    • I have the iPod 60GB lying around. I was tempted to get a kit to convert the HDD to flash memory and also replace the battery but it requires a little bit of surgery to open it up and would end up costing more than I wanted to spend, so I never went any further.

      I don't really see the point of getting an Ipod now. I upgrade my phone every 3 years, so my old phone becomes an iPod....since it doesn't have a SIM
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    • it's over 300 for the 8 plus..
      use case is for a kid without it being a phone maybe. can't think of another one.

      https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/collection ... plus/89056
      Who said you had to buy a brand new one? Buy a used one.
      I have the iPod 60GB lying around. I was tempted to get a kit to convert the HDD to flash memory and also replace the battery but it requires a little bit of surgery to open it up and would end up costing more than I wanted to spend, so I never went any further.

      I don't really see the point of getting an Ipod now. I upgrade my phone every 3 years, so my old phone becomes an iPod....since it doesn't have a SIM
      I always thought iPhone 4's were perfect size for iPod usage and they are relatively cheap.
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    • Since Apple announced the DISCONTINUATION of the IPOD, Apple Stores have all sold out, at full price.

      I noticed that THE SOURCE has stock at a discount, along with a case for 1/2 price.

      Now, before all the FLAMERS, I really like my IPOD and I am sure there are lots of other people out there who do too, so CHILL.

      It's not much of a deal, but hey, it is on sale and they have stock.
      You realize that an iPhone 7 you can buy for $100 on the used market will perform just as well as these things?

      I'm sorry, but the IPOD hasn't made sense for a LONG time, you're getting less hardware for more money.
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    • You're all missing the point. All these reasons to not buy one are exactly why Apple is discontinuing it.
      These are only good to buy as a collectors item these days. Keep them sealed for 10+ years and you will probably make decent money reselling it on eBay or something.
      Same thing is happening with iPod classics and older gen iPhones as long as they are sealed.
      This is the only relevant post.
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    • I'm surprised that Apple kept them around as long as they did. I guess the iPod name is iconic and they couldn't let it go, but sales must have been abysmal

      I was the type of guy who had an iPod with a dedicated headphone amp, and carried it in my manbag. I had higher end IEMs. I enjoyed carrying high quality rips of my music and listened to it at my desk at work. But I dropped that system long ago.

      My daughter is rocking my iPhone XS hand-me-down, and before that it was an iPhone 6. She plays games and youtube more than she does use it as a music device. I have the iPhone 6 now plugged into my iPod compatible speaker that has a lightning port on top and the device sits on top permanently. But mostly we just prefer to listen to our spotify.
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    • There's no way these are going to increase in value in any appreciable way because there's literally no market for them. If there was they wouldn't be finally being discontinued. Buying it just in the hopes it'll maybe increase in value slightly 5-10 years from now is absurd.
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    • There's no way these are going to increase in value in any appreciable way because there's literally no market for them. If there was they wouldn't be finally being discontinued. Buying it just in the hopes it'll maybe increase in value slightly 5-10 years from now is absurd.
      True, but people have done dumber things so who knows
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    • yeah these were good for their times, before everyone has a decent smartphone, or mini tablets.. nowadays, IPODS are really pointless to even have.

      if you use it to browse, well you have your phone for that, or tablet. If you use it for music, well once again, you have a phone for that... so why carry another piece of the size of a phone when your phone itself has all these functionality already?
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    • True, but people have done dumber things so who knows
      Like buying the Super Mario Game & Watch specifically to scalp it, and watching it drop to half price in sales with thousands of units left out there now? 🤣

      Like at least with things like the iPod Classic there's a specific niche they fit in that still make them arguably worthwhile (especially since you can both replace the battery and change the storage to a flash drive or SSD).

      The iPod Touch has been outclassed by every iPhone released in the last 5-6 years and will obviously continue to be outclassed by every single iPhone going forward. There's no need to buy one of these when anything from the iPhone 7 on beats it in performance and you can already buy phones like the iPhone 7 and 8 for cheaper or basically the same price.
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    • I'm amazed these things are still available...bnib! Does bring back some nostalgia as it was good times then
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    • I think the only use case for this is as a curiosity or potentially as a collector's item... But I'm not sure how much demand there would be in the future for a "modern" iPod, since it's not as iconic and nostalgic as the older ones.
      it's over 300 for the 8 plus..
      use case is for a kid without it being a phone maybe. can't think of another one.
      Couldn't you just buy an iPhone for the kid and not install a SIM? Though I guess there are probably "phone" features that I'm not thinking of...
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