September is inching closer and with it, the annual iPod refresh. It's always fun to make predictions and see how close you come when they're announced. For the last couple of years, back to back, I've gotten my predictions spot on, including sizes introduced and dropped and price accuracy so here goes again: iPod classic will be discontinued as the touch doubles its memory to 128GB, enough for most audiophiles with big collections. The iPod touch will become simply "iPod". I'm tempted to say that the Shuffle will drop out the bottom end as the Nano's price drops to under $100 but there may still be room for the diminutive iPod. As for the look of the devices, I expect the iPod (formerly touch) to lose the chrome and go unibody, looking a lot like the iPad rather than the new all glass iPhone. The iPod Nano will mirror the new iPod in an aluminium unibody enclosure with a flat front and rounded back. I don't expect the nano to have a glass front due to its low price and popular use as a workout companion, prone to being tossed around and dropped regularly. Both iPods will fit in together in appearance as a duo, looking like twins, finally moving the iPod (touch) into the line, instead of a completely different looking black sheep of the family. The Shuffle will see little if any improvement other than a price drop for the 4GB model, which will be the only option available in this brand. iPod 16GB, 64GB, 128GB - starting @ $199 iPod Nano 8GB, 16GB, 32GB - starting @ $99 iPod Shuffle 4GB - $59 What are you predictions?