Toshiba makes a lot of things, but they’re best known in the mobile industry for their memory chips. They’ve just announced a 32 nanometer based, 30 micrometer thick, 64 GB chip that will begin mass production during the first quarter of 2010. You can expect them to be in the upcoming 64 GB and 128 GB iPhones that will surely be announced at some point during the next 6 months. No word as to how much they’ll cost, but with the amount of chips Apple orders to fill up all those music players and mobile device, you bet they’re getting a good deal. It’s also about time Apple killed the hard drive based iPod Classic.