When do you think the first refresh will be?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by stealthsniper96, Jan 20, 2008.

  1. stealthsniper96 macrumors regular

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    do you think apple will wait till september to do a refresh for the touch or are you expcting it sooner? i really like it but 8gb/16gb isnt really enough. thanks.
     
  2. samh004 macrumors 68020

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    It'll be a while yet, I expect they'll leave it almost a year, perhaps 9 months. They wont go higher than 16 until the iPhone has caught up.
     
  3. stealthsniper96 thread starter macrumors regular

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    damn. i guess i could live with 16 gigs. i just didnt wana buy one only to fill it up to like 14 andthen 3 months later have a 30+ one come out.
     
  4. iDAG macrumors 65816

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    September has become the month of the iPod so not until early/mid September.
     
  5. rusty. macrumors member

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    Yup lucky me mid september is my birthday. but my touch didn't come till oct 2nd and out apple store took forever to get any
     
  6. ndheah macrumors regular

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    My opinion we won't be seeing much larger harddrives. They cost a lot, and i think Apple is going away from the 'Your Whole Library in Your Pocket' and are going to make a push for iTunes to be more of a library manager. I think we'll see a lot more customization/ease of what we toss onto our iPods.

    I think we'll see a 24gb in late 08, and it will have very few new features that can not be done on the current touch
     
  7. steve.lawrence macrumors member

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    The iPod Touch uses flash memory, not hard drives
     
  8. iDAG macrumors 65816

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    With the way flash memory prices are going you may be right with that 24 GB prediction. Look at the MacBook Air, it costs an extra $1000 to get a 64 GB drive that is way bigger than what is in the iPods.
     
  9. ndheah macrumors regular

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    Sorry for using wrong word...Yes, I ment Flash Memory. As you can see, the post below yours figured it out...
     

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