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iPod touch gets more storage for less as 32GB & 128GB become sole models

As we noted earlier today, Apple has discontinued its iPod nano and iPod shuffle. The company has also simplified and updated its pricing on the current iPod touch, bringing pricing down by up to $100.

As part of the move, Apple is making the 32GB and 128GB models the only options and reducing prices in the process. Previously Apple offered 16, 32, 64, and 128GB options for the iPod touch with pricing at $199, $249, $299, and $399, respectively.

The refreshed iPod touch models mirror the iPhone 6s options of a 32 and 128GB model and see a price cut of $50 for the 32GB version coming in at $199 and a $100 drop for the 128GB model now priced at $299. The more affordable iPod touch models are available now on Apple’s website.

We’ve also received confirmation from Apple that it has discontinued the iPod nano and shuffle, while the last of the devices will be available at Apple Stores (likely for a short time).

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Michael is an editor for 9to5Mac. Since joining in 2016 he has written more than 3,000 articles including breaking news, reviews, and detailed comparisons and tutorials.