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Is the iPod line continuing a slow march to the grave?

Apple Music has taken the iPod’s place on the top banner of the company's site.

The iPod shuffle may be the next Apple product to go

The iPod shuffle might not make it to its 10th birthday.

2015 preview: What to expect from Apple this year

A look at the year ahead for Apple.

Steve Jobs' deposition video in iPod antitrust trial won't be made public after all

Apple has won court approval in its legal battle against media organizations who wanted to publicize Steve Jobs’ deposition video.

'Not guilty' verdict in iPod antitrust trial is music to Apple's ears

The verdict is in: Apple is not guilty of wrongdoing in the just concluded iPod antitrust trial.

As iPod antitrust trial against Apple ends, jurors turn their attention to iTunes 7.0

The iPod antitrust trial against Apple is set to be concluded soon as the case has been sent to jurors.

Former iTunes engineer testifies against Apple in iPod antitrust lawsuit

A former iTunes engineer testified against Apple that he worked on a project designed to “block 100 percent of non-iTunes clients."

Media just want to show 'a dead man' in Steve Jobs deposition video, Apple lawyers say

Apple has officially responded to the request to make Steve Jobs’ iPod antitrust lawsuit deposition video publicly available.

Steve Jobs' deposition video in iPod antitrust lawsuit could be made public

The videotaped deposition of Steve Jobs in relation to an antitrust lawsuit concerning the iPod could be made public.

Apple's motion for dismissal of iPod antitrust lawsuit denied by judge

Apple’s motion for the dismissal of the ongoing class action lawsuit concerning its iPod music player has been denied.

The AppAdvice week in review: The 'iPhone 6s,' Steve Jobs, Facebook and more

Here are a just a few of the stories that we covered during the week that was.

Late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs testifies in iPod antitrust lawsuit via taped deposition

A videotaped deposition of Steve Jobs has been played in court as part of an antitrust lawsuit concerning the early generations of the iPod.

Apple deleted iPod content downloaded from rival music services

From 2007 to 2009, Apple deleted user content that some iPod owners had obtained through its rival music services.

Apple's original iPod debuted 13 years ago

The original iPod was announced on Oct. 23, 2001.

Apple will go to court for 'locking' iPod owners into its iTunes ecosystem

Apple could end up going to court in November over its handling of the iPod line.

Apple’s quarterly earnings beat expectations for third quarter of FY 2014

The company posted revenue of $37.4 billion during the 2014 fiscal third quarter.

Apple Beats Analyst Estimates With Revenue Of $45.6 Billion For The Second Quarter Of FY2014

The company sold 43.7 million iPhones during the quarter, a 16 percent increase compared to the same time period in 2013.

AppAdvice's Bold Predictions For Apple In 2014

It should be an exciting year full of new Apple product launches.

Apple’s iPod Line Continues To Lead A Declining Portable Media Player Market

Apple continues to lead the market for standalone music players.

Office Supply Chain Store Staples Starts Selling Apple's iPad And iPod In The US

Staples has started selling actual Apple devices, seven months after first offering Apple accessories only.

Apple Gives iPod Lineup 'Space Gray' Treatment Alongside New iPhone 5S

The iPod nano, the iPod shuffle, and the 32GB and 64GB version of the iPod touch can now also be ordered in a new space gray color.

Sales Of Apple's iPhone Soon To Overtake Total iPod Sales

The total cumulative number of iPhone sales is set to surpass that of iPod sales this financial quarter, according to one analyst.