Chief Executive Steve Jobs has confirmed that the company will not be offering any further support for the iPhone 2G.
The Apple iPhone 2G launched in 2007 and in a response to a customer's email asking about future support for the device, the Apple boss personally replied, "Sorry, no."
The user then posted an image of the response (along with the source code that apparently confirms the message did indeed come from the Apple chief) to Twitter.
Apple has yet to issue an official statement on the matter.
We reported last week that the iPhone's next operating system (OS) will feature major upgrades, with Apple announcing more than 100 new user features to be available for the iPhone in a few months. Read our full story here.