Dead Steve Jobs to Give iPod MP3 Evidence from Beyond the Grave

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs battled pancreatic cancer for years. He passed away in October 2011. (AP Photo)
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs battled pancreatic cancer for years. He passed away in October 2011. (AP Photo)
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs battled pancreatic cancer for years. He passed away in October 2011. (AP Photo)

(The Register) – Steve Jobs will descend from the Genius Bar in the sky to appear as a witness in an antitrust case brought against Apple.

The iPhone giant’s late cofounder will star in a video deposition in a class-action case relating to the iTunes store.

Proceedings will hinge around the fact early iPods only allowed fanbois and gurlz to play MP3s and other tracks bought from the iStore or ripped from their own CD collection.

It is alleged that this amounts to anti-competitive behavior – a charge Apple intends to fight

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