I get a little giddy at the notion of another iPod. It’s almost entirely nostalgic, of course. And Apple long ago abandoned my own favorite, the definitely dead iPod Classic. The Touch, on the other hand, just kind of faded away. “The king is gone, but he’s not forgotten,” Neil Young once sang.
But 2019 could mark a sort of return for the final iteration of the beloved music device — which, toward the end