Apple has announced that iTunes is on its way out.
Instead, Apple customers can download three other apps for their needs - Music, Podcasts and TV.
As an owner of an iPod Classic, I am concerned.
I have invested a lot of time in cultivating my music collection onto iTunes in order to listen to my tunes on the iPod.
The only way it can sync is via iTunes, so it's concerning to me that the death of iTunes will mean that the iPod Classic - which was discontinued years ago - really has no chance of working the way I want it.
Yes, I still have an iPhone and iPad.. It's just that, sometimes it's nice just to use a player that works perfectly - and I've spent my money on!
These tech firms don't seem to think about the little guys, do they?