“KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has in the past offered remarkably accurate information on Apple’s product plans, today released a new report addressing Apple’s upcoming release plans, indicating that the company is planning for a very busy September-October schedule,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors.

“Kicking off the schedule of launches are said to be ‘all-new’ iPod touch and iPod nano models,” Slivka reports. “Details on the new models are currently slim, but the revised iPod touch is said to include the new in-cell touch display technology that has been rumored by several sources for the next-generation iPhone. ”

Slivka reports, “Overall, Kuo believes that strong quarter-over-quarter growth in iPod sales for the third calendar quarter will be driven by the new iPod nano rather than the iPod touch, which will see constrained supplies due to the move in-cell touch display technology.”

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In another reports, Slivka writs, “Japanese blog Macotakara reports that Apple will also be moving the iPod touch to a 4-inch display from the current 3.5-inch display. Apple is otherwise said to be basing the iPod touch’s internals on the iPhone 4S, although the case will include a “buffed aluminum” rear shell rather than the glass back of the iPhone 4S or the mirrored stainless steel of the current iPod touch.”

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