The iPod touch is no longer available on the Apple website in some countries.

It is no longer possible to access the iPod touch product page on the Apple website in Canada, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, and many other countries. In the United States, the page is still live, but inventory is either sold out or very limited.

The removal of the iPod touch from some countries is a sign that the last iPod model in Apple's history is near.

It is possible to find the iPod touch at select Apple Store and Apple Authorized Reseller locations, but there is very limited inventory by this point. The seventh-generation iPod touch has a 4-inch display, an A10 chip, and a classic Home button without Touch ID.

The iPod was introduced in 2001 and is one of Apple's most popular products, but the device's discontinuation became inevitable given the wide array of Apple products that can play music.

The spirit of iPod is still alive, Apple's marketing chief said earlier this month.

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