“Apple will announce a refreshed lineup of iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle portable media players around July 14, according to usually reliable French website iGen.fr,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors.
“The report claims the new iPod touch (codenamed ‘N102’) should be a more significant update, likely including a bump to a 64-bit A-based processor, while the iPod nano (‘N31A’) and iPod shuffle (‘N12D’) may be refreshed with new colors only,” Rossignol reports.
“iPods in unreleased colors were spotted in iTunes 12.2 earlier this month, including a darker blue for the iPod touch, a new gold or beige color for the iPod nano and a brighter pink color for the iPod shuffle,” Rossignol reports. “MacRumors subsequently discovered a full lineup of six new colors for the iPod touch, nano and shuffle hidden within iTunes resource files, including silver, space gray, red, bright pink, deep blue and light gold.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Long overdue – bring ’em on!