“This morning, a report surfaced that the next iPhone would come with 64GB of storage for the first time ever. It’s looking pretty solid,” John Brownlee reports for Cult of Mac. “At the same time, rumors have been bubbling up for the last couple weeks that Apple would soon be discontinuing the venerable iPod Classic… and today’s move to axe the iPod Clickwheel Games section of the iTunes Store certainly seems to confirm as much.”
“Okay, sure, iTunes Match and iCloud take some of the hurt out, but what if you want to carry your whole music collection around with you without having to sign up for a data plan? For customers like that, the death of the only 120+ gigabyte iPod is a bitter pill to swallow,” Brownlee reports. “Don’t worry. A new 128GB iPod touch is almost definitely coming.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lava_Head_UK” for the heads up.]
Apple removes click-wheel games from iTunes Store as iPod classic approaches End Of Life – September 30, 2011