It wasn't too long ago - near the end of last year, actually - that Apple announced the discontinuation of their classic iPod, which served many a music fan faithfully over the last decade or so.
Now, however, the company has decided to revamp their line of iPod Touches, iPod Nanos and iPod Shuffles, so all is not lost in the MP3 player wars.
The new versions of all of the players are available in several different colours (below) and the iPod Touch has been given an internal makeover too, with a new M8 processor - the same one you'll find in an iPhone 6. The faster processor will lend itself to better graphics and improved gaming, while it also has a new camera (and front-facing FaceTime camera) too.
It's available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB and on sale from the Apple site now, with prices starting at €239. The new Nanos start at €189, and the new Shuffles from €59.
In the meantime, we'll stick with our ol' reliable 4th Gen iPod Classic from 2004, which is still going strong… well, most of the time.