Tripp Mickie

New York Times writer covering Apple, author of “After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul”

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Apple is pulling the plug on the iPod, which came out in 2001. The first version cost some $400. Several generations came out, plus the Mini, Nano, Shuffle, and finally the iPod Touch.

RIP iPod. How the mp3 player made Apple the tech giant it is today

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