New iPod Touch.

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by djnovack, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. djnovack macrumors newbie

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    iPod updates usually occur in the Fall each year.

    Probably in a couple of months. September would be my guess.
     
  3. old-wiz macrumors G3

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    Usually after the 'back-to-school' promotion ends.
     
  4. Brradley macrumors member

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    I wish people would keep asking the same questions and look at other threads. -.-
     
  5. liamkp macrumors 68020

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    Just post this on another thread on the same thread subject.
     
  6. jandy70morton macrumors newbie

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    New iPod Touch

    the new iPod Nano — 4GB and 8GB flash-based storage, 24 hours music playback and 5 hours video playback (yes, it can now play videos), iPod games included, a 2-inch 320 x 240 pixel screen, and costs $149 and $199.
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  7. MacHiavelli macrumors 6502a

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    Talking about the iPod Touch having a micro-sim "within weeks".

    > Retina display (960×640 LCD)

    > Front and rear facing cameras – to support FaceTime over wifi (which sounds dubious given that initial FaceTime calls currently require a phone connection to be made)

    > HD video recording

    > A4 processor + 512 MB RAM

    > New “flat” iPhone 4 like design with glass/aluminium construction

    > Micro-SIM to keep iPod touch users connected whilst on the move (possibility of shared data plans: two or more micro-SIMs sharing the same data number with only one being able to make a connection at any one time – allowing iPod/iPad owners to choose which device they want to connect with whilst on the road)
     
  8. liamkp macrumors 68020

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    Probably not very reliable but hopefully they are.
     
  9. dark-saito macrumors regular

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    Within weeks? unlikely... Apple still has to do their Back to School promo and although of course no one REALLY buys the Mac for the iPod, the older generation is no longer a real incentive at that point.

    Retina Display is totally likely. I'm sure they wouldn't keep the old tech for the screens.

    Cameras are also likely, but they were last year as well. EVEN with a spot on the motherboard for camera. Would suggest not speculating until we actually see it in September with the line-up.

    HD video recording..........? Let's see if the camera's there first.

    Definitely A4.

    While we have a short track record to follow, the iPod usually follows the iPhone in design trend.

    Micro-SIM...? unlikely. the iPod is already compacted into its casing as is. Apple doesn't like thicker casings.
     
  10. MacHiavelli macrumors 6502a

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    Pretty much agree with all you say. Though I'd like a micro-sim iPod. Easy carry and a lot cheaper than a phone.
     

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