"And whereas the iPod has generally been a highly sought-after device any time of the year, this summer we noticed a 5 percent decline in clicks (which we equate with interest) for iPod deals compared to the number of clicks we saw over the holiday season. So not only are iPod sales slowly winding down, but even reader interest in the iPod is beginning to weaken," Deal News notes.
The good news for deal-hunting iPod shoppers is that even though deals are fewer and far between, they're usually accompanied by more aggressive price drops.
Ever since the first cell phones incorporated the micro SD cards and 3.5 headphones input jacks in the mid around 2005 I knew instantly that the days of the dedicated MP3 players were counted.
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