Apple is planning to kill off the iPod Classic and iPod Shuffle later this year, according to the Apple news site TUAW.com. The piece, which gives no sourcing for the story (other than to say it isn’t coming from an analyst), notes that the Classic uses a hard drive, while Apple is transiting to flash-based memory in more products. The Shuffle’s appeal has always been limited due to its lack of a display screen....
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