Apple has quietly discontinued two of its classic iPods, signalling the death of the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle.
Two of Apple's three remaining iPods have disappeared from the Apple Store, leaving the iPod Touch as the only standalone music device available.
Both devices were launched in 2005, four years after the original iPod.
Apple sold 54.8m iPods at the peak of their popularity in 2008, but sales dropped to just 14.3m in 2014 before the company stopped reporting numbers.
The original iPod Shuffle launched in 2015 with just 512MB or 1GB of data and looked more like a USB stick than later models, which were square.
The iconic Shuffle could not be used to select songs.