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As Apple nears a $1 trillion dollar marketvalue , many critics are wondering what its next innovative product will be. Last year’s iPhone X has certainly made waves and added millions to the company’s value, but it’s new products and services like its HomePod, Apple Watch, Apple Music and Apple TV that is getting people talking. Subscriptions are all-in at Apple, what with plans for a new Netflix streaming rivaljust around the corner.

However, as Apple continues to expand its portfolio of products, older technology has to give way. The firm’s innovative hardware and software has, undoubtedly, changed the way we communicate, compute and work, but not every product can stand the test of time. Today, we’re delving deeper into Apple’s discontinued hardware, and explain why each

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