A US Company has started an iPod upgrading service that can expand an iPod to 240GB – or 48,000 tracks.
Apple’s largest iPod is the 120GB classic which allows up to 24,000 tracks to be stored.
While this would seems sufficient for most users, it seems it’s not enough for everyone.
Rapid Repair offers to remove the old, "small" Apple HDD and replace it with a more advanced but same-sized 1.8" Toshiba 240GB storage unit.
The operation also invalidates the Apple guarantee, according to SmallBusiness.
To double the MP3 player’s capacity will cost USD $300 plus postage.
Rapid Repairs says it is looking to extend its services to Zunes and other MP3 machines.