“[A] MacRumors reader let us know that he had emailed Apple CEO Steve Jobs back in September after the [iPod classic] failed to receive an update alongside the rest of the iPod line, inquiring about the fate of the high-capacity music player,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors.
“Jobs responded, indicating that the company has ‘no plans’ to discontinue the iPod classic,” Slivka reports. “The claimed email from Jobs does appear to be legitimate, and while Apple’s plans may certainly have changed in the six months since the exchange, it does appear that the company has been intending to keep the iPod classic line alive despite the absence of an update in over 18 months.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward W.” for the heads up.]