I am also the owner of two iPods, neither of which will run the current iPod operating system. Fortunately, both of them still work perfectly well for the things I need to do with them (mostly read my eBooks). And it's not just the hardware and software that's changing faster than we can keep up with; there's also the problem of what these changes are doing to the English language.
For example, I recently saw this post in a group I'm in:
> I don't know how to get buttons.The language has evolved all right; we can now make puns that weren't possible before, as each word carries still more additional meanings.
> We need a thread, I think.
Perhaps we need the thread to sew on the buttons? Oh, how language has evolved.
We live in interesting times indeed.