“Changes to the iPod may soon bring it in line with the iPhone, while avoiding cannibalized sales, according to a new outlook report,” MacNN reports.
“Analysts at the research firm Piper Jaffray suggest that as expected, the next generation of iPods will be based on the iPhone’s touchscreen interface; while there will likely be no Internet or phone services, future iPods are expected to be based on Mac OS X, though whether or not users will be able to install software on them has not been raised as a question,” MacNN reports.
“Analysts do however propose that they will be announced in the fall or winter, at the latest by January’s MacWorld event,” MacNN reports.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “MacVicta” for the heads up.]