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‘This is innovation’: Woman uses iPod shuffles as hair clips in viral TikTok, sparking debate

‘Imagine showing this video to someone in like 2006.’

On by Rachel Kiley

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The iPod Nano and Shuffle are officially dead—get ’em while you still can

Released in 2005, the Nano and Shuffle were low-cost, ultra-portable versions of the now discontinued Classic.

On by Phillip Tracy

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This free website helps you create epic mashups of early 2000s pop jams

Stop what you’re doing and mash Soulja Boy up with Paramore.

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Apple’s iOS prototype nominees were uglier than you could imagine

We’ve come a long way.

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FBI may help Arkansas police access iPhone and iPod of accused teenage murderers

The bureau said it needs technical details before it can render assistance.

On by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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Why the death of the iPod was the end of privacy

On its 14th anniversary, here’s how the iPod should be remembered.

On by Gillian Branstetter

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The hilarious way Apple fans reacted to the first iPod in 2001

Apple’s foray into digital music was bemoaned by many.

On by Mike Wehner

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Will jamming earbuds up your nose turn your mouth into a speaker?

Don’t let your mom catch you doing this.

On by David Britton

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The tragic downfall of iTunes is everything that’s wrong with Apple

Apple is great at making people buy iPhones—but not as good at making people like them.

On by Gillian Branstetter

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Say hello to the beautiful, powerful new iPod touch

The iPod touch just got a major overhaul.

On by Mike Wehner

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Is the underwhelming Apple Watch the end of the company’s diehard cult?

This could be Apple’s biggest test yet.

On by Chris Osterndorf

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Can’t get Google contacts into your iPhone? Here’s our fix

Don’t worry: There is a way to get those Gmail contacts into your iPhone’s address book.

On by Jam Kotenko

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Apple’s encrypted iPhone backups leak key user metadata

“People think they press the magic crypto button and all their data is hidden.”

On by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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How the ‘original’ Apple watch compares to the real thing

Remember the 2010 iPod Nano? That’s right. It’s back. Sort of.

On by Mike Wehner

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Revisiting the critically acclaimed rock class of 2005

LCD Soundsystem is just the beginning.

On by Ramon Ramirez

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