With the current POS music app on iOS and bloated mess of iTunes on OS X, the Apple of today seems to be extremely misguided in their current attempts with music. Especially on iOS, the current music app has made the traditional experience of loading up and listening to your music collection an aggravating and miserable experience, not what you'd expect from the people who made the iPod. That is why Apple needs to realize why they became so successful again, because of the iPod and its seamless integration with a non-bloated iTunes, not streaming. The iPod lineup has not gotten a decent overhaul since 2012 with the 6th gen touch and 7th gen nano. They've had minor updates here and there but Apple has seemingly abandoned the iPod line in favor of an extremely flawed streaming service based in a poorly designed and convoluted stock app. The iPhone, iPad and iPod touch are not devices that I consider to be efficient and viable music players in the way that they used to be. The iPod shuffle is decent and while the current nano is great and all plus it still retains an iOS 6-esque interface, only having a 16GB option is extremely limiting. Apple recently betrayed long-time fans and people who prefer to locally store their music by discontinuing the iPod classic. An iconic and fantastic device that does nothing more than what it's supposed to. The classic may have been a legacy product but it's needed back now more than ever. Just because iPods aren't what they used to be doesn't mean there isn't still a market for them. Considering Apple's current strategy with music, it would be really smart of them to reinvest in the iPod line because they've already alienated a lot of people, including me, with the dreadful music app on iOS and the current messy iTunes. The initial idea of the iPhone doubling as an iPod was a big draw for me, like most, but that premise has been mostly eschewed to push a streaming service that had no real need to exist other than to compete with superior alternatives such as Spotify. Apple, please just leave the streaming stuff to others, focus on making great iPod devices again and overhaul iTunes and iOS music.