Hey. First of all. This info is NOT MINE. I got it from someone, that someone let me post it here. No names of course. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v426/Tourian/ipod5leak.jpg That pic is going to be erased from my account in TWO DAYS, if you want to keep it, you can save it to your computers. So, that's the 5th generation of iPod mini. I don't know the full specs, but I do know this: It's the size of the iPod mini It will have as much as 60GBs The included camera is 4 Megapixels It will be both mac and pc compatible, but PC users will have to manage photos by dragging them into folders (or later 3rd party plugins), while Mac users will be able to use iPhoto. The music and movies will be handled by iTunes, starting with version 8 and a much improved video managing (stop wondering why they introduced video support) The scroll wheel was replaced by a touch strip similar to the one of the Zen Touch's. Tapping is possible for more precise movements The interface has been overhauled to be more intuitive and take full advantage of the bigger color screen The interface colors come preset in each iPod color, but you can change it to one of various configurations It will NOT have an internal speaker, instead, an external speaker will be sold separatedly (think of the iTrip mini shape, but a speaker instead). The battery will be considerably more lasting A new color will be introduced (duh) A new Browsing feature was added to, well... browse. This expands as much as calendar events, notes, videos, images, songs, lyrics (a variation of the notes wich can be accesed directly from the song, handled in iTunes) etc. iCal will be automatically updated on the iPod via iSync (PC users won't be able to exploit this feature) The port for the computer-to-iPod cable has been reduced in size and moved away from the center of the base. The video formats supported will be (of course) all the files quicktime can play, including the new H.264 codec. iTunes will be able to convert WMV. While the size of the videos will be restricted, it won't be as rigid as one could imagine. When a video is downloaded to the iPod it's reduced to a size the iPod's screen and processor can handle. However, the original video's size stays the same. The cost is meant to be kept low, at around the price of the iPod Photo. Discontinuation of older models of the iPod is unknown to my source, who doesn't deal with marketing. It's expected that the device will be announced by the end of August and ready for the Christmas season. Remember, the image goes off my photobucket in TWO DAYS.