At regular intervals, Apple makes the decision to stop providing spare parts for certain older products. Primarily it does this because it's running out of stock, but the announcement also acts as a discreet hint that it's time for customers to buy newer replacements.

Now MacRumors reports that the fifth-generation iPod touch and the seventh-generation iPod nano have both ended up on Apple's list of obsolete products. This leaves the sixth- and seventh-generation iPod touch models as the only iPods that can still be repaired via Apple.

A list of other products that are no longer officially supported can be found on Apple's support pages.

This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by David Price.