Whoa! Now that convinced me a lot more than the original post. That is quite strange wording, "on this iPod". That implies there is an iPod that can play it. It would make sense, too. The original iPod will be replaced by the iPod Photo (still called just "iPod" of course) and a new high-end iPod Video will be released.Phat_Pat said:I think one is commin. Heres a shot when i tried to sync a video from the music store.
That's kinda what I'm thinking too. Especially sense the current iPod Photo can output to a TV having an iPod that plays back QTs out to a TV isn't a stretch.Vader said:Then again, if this would be a feature to simple store videos and then play them to a tv with some audio/video output cables, then I think it would be a great idea!
To be honest I only brought an iPod Photo because of the pricing on the current iPod lineup. For £210 I could have brought a 20Gb standard iPod but for an extra £40 I got 10Gb more storage, a colour screen and the ability to store photos. Seemed like a no brainer to me really.dhracer88 said:I don't see why anyone would want a video ipod. It's going to cost a fortune (from my perspective), and a small screen wouldn't be so cool, even if they had a 6 incher. But then again, I don't see why anyone has an ipod photo. Unitl they have an integrated camera reader, I won't buy one!
i dont think so. steve generally likes to keep consumer products out of wwdc. it doesn't impress the developers when they pay $2000 to attend a dev. conference and steve starts talking about ipods..themacman said:im thinking its that one more thing at wwdc