Apple has killed its sixth generation iPod Nano model. While the Cupertino company is preparing to introduce the next-generation iPhone model next week, the company has abandoned the sixth generation of the iPod Nano. This is as per your own repair and maintenance policy which states that the devices are only compatible for 5 years after the production ends.
The iPod Nano was officially introduced in September 2010 but reached the end of the manufacturing in September 2012.
Apple reported that the sixth generation iPod Nano has been added to the list of obsolete and obsolete products, which means that it no longer receives repairs and maintenance in its own stores.
By contrast, Apple users in California may have their iPod nano 2010 models repaired at Apple for another 2 years, according to local regulations that require companies to provide two additional years of service.
The sixth generation of iPod nano has long been considered the first generation of Apple Watch, mainly due to the design that Apple launched in the model.
With a square screen and the size of a typical watch, many third-party accessory manufacturers created special bands that allowed the iPod nano to be worn on the wrist, just like a traditional watch.
And given the touchscreen, iPod nano was considered more or less the first generation of Apple Watch, although obviously lacked the most advanced smartwatch functionality that is currently available to Apple wearables customers.happy wheels
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