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Apple To Release White iPod Touch 5G

A new report is suggesting that Apple is preparing to release a white iPod touch in the coming weeks, potentially during the launch event for the iPhone 5 and the new iPod touch will be an very small incremental update to the existing model, although with the obvious bonus that it would come in white as well as black. The next-generation iPod touch will get a new oleophobic coating for its display and a revised ambient light sensor…………………

 

A new report echoes previous details about Apple‘s forthcoming iPod touch refresh, suggesting the 2011 model will be largely unchanged with the exception of a new color option: white and MacRumors has received information indicating that the next iPod touch revision will be a very minor change with the primary addition being the introduction of a new white model. Only minor changes are expected for the existing hardware, with the addition of an oleophobic coating for the display and a revised ambient light sensor seemingly being the main differences. Otherwise, the models to be nearly identical to the current fourth-generation iPod touch model. Their information confirms previous reports by Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who had indicated that there would be few, if any, distinguishable changes from last year’s iPod touch model. White parts for the iPod touch leaked into the supply chain back in July, offering the first suggestion of the imminent introduction of the white iPod touch but with no major case changes and these white iPod touch screens could be installed onto the existing fourth-generation iPod touches. The new models are expected to be announced alongside the iPhone in the first week of October with availability in the middle of the month. The iPod nano is also expected to get a minor revision at the same time.

 

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