By knocking iPod off the front page, Apple could be signaling that the end is near for the antiquated gadget. After all, Apple's iPod sales have fallen steadily over the last few years as more and more consumers opt for iPhones, iPads and the new Apple Watch.
But, the iPod isn't gone just yet. You can still buy an iPod Touch, Nano or Shuffle by going directly to the online Apple Store. There's also a link for the iPod at the bottom of the Apple Music webpage.
If Apple doesn't kill off the iPod line completely, it could just upgrade the gadgets in an effort to boost sales. But, even that could signal the end for less popular gadgets like the Nano and/or Shuffle.