Apple removes link to iPod classic in refurbished stores

Apple removes link to iPod classic in refurbished stores 1

Apple removes link to iPod classic in refurbished stores 2

Apple has completely removed the link to buy a refurbished iPod classic from its US and Canadian stores, as noted by MacRumors. The page for refurbished iPod classic units still exists, however, it only contains the text, “Sorry there are no products available, please check back later.” At the very least, Apple is currently not offering refurbished iPod classic units, though customers can still buy new versions of the device. That being the case, it’s hard to imagine fresh iPod classic stock popping up in the refurbished store again, and this may be a hint that Apple will finally be looking to retire the device soon. First introduced in 2007, the iPod classic received a capacity bump in 2009 but has not been updated since, making it the oldest device still being sold by Apple.

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  1. I’ve had the same 160gb iPod for 6 years, and all I’ve had to do is have the battery changed out. It cost me $50, and the iPod runs like a champ again. I’m glad that Apple didn’t make a bunch of changes after the 30gb, and it still holds up to this day in my opinion. The Classic is pretty much gone now, but I still want to modify my other iPod to a 1tb ssd drive. All my music, and then some.

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