Apple's iPod touch has been removed from the official website of many countries

Just a few weeks after Apple announced it was discontinuing the iPod touch, the company has begun to remove the device from its website in some countries/regions.

In China, Canada, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, and many other countries, you can no longer access the iPod touch product page on Apple's website. The page is still available in some countries, including the US, but stock is either sold out or very limited.

After a redesign last year, Apple has put the iPod touch in the footer of its website, and the device is now removed entirely in some countries, signaling that the end of the last iPod model in Apple's history is drawing to a close.

While stocks last, iPod touch may still be found at select Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Resellers , but stocks are very limited at this time. Released in May 2019, the seventh-generation iPod touch features a 4-inch Retina display, an A10 chip, and the classic Home physical button without Touch ID.

First introduced in October 2001, the iPod is one of Apple's most iconic products, but given the wide variety of Apple products that can play music, including the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, HomePod mini, and more, the device's discontinuation was inevitable.

"The spirit of the iPod lives on," Apple marketing chief Greg Joswiak said earlier this month.

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