Is Apple preparing to go touchscreen-only with its iPod range? It looks like Tuesday’s iPhone 5 press event could also herald the death of the traditional click-wheel iPod, as the company retires its iPod classic model. Evidence? Apple has removed the section of its iTunes Store selling games for click-wheel iPods. It launched in 2006, attracting publishers like EA, Namco Bandai and Square Enix, in what became something of a dry run for the iPhone and iPod touch’s App Store, which launched two years later. The last couple of years has seen Apple shift its emphasis to the iPhone and iPod touch devices, which both tie into its App Store. It remains to be seen whether Tuesday will also bring new models for the low-end iPod nano and shuffle devices. Source: AppleInsider

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