In this brief article, we take a look at why Apple stopped selling it's most popular MP3 player and what other options Apple had. It's a bit of light reading for those interested in the subject and is composed of mostly simple conclusions.
Incase you have been living under a rock, on Wednesday, Apple announced availability of the iPod nano and killed off the multicolored monochrome display iPod mini. They took the most popular iPod, scrapped it, and built a new one from the ground up. But why one might ask? That's what I'm hoping to answer here.