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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

True Video iPod to Be Released Tomorrow?

In a comment on a Think Secret post about the true video iPod someone who works for Apple says that they are planning to release the new iPod tomorrow. He also says: "The ipod will have a 3.5 inch display starting at 50GB and going up to 100GB. It will also feature bluetooth technology. The battery on the ipod will playback up to 30 hours of music. And 15 hours of video." We will just have to wait and see what happens tomorrow. The comment is at the bottom of the page by a person names Hashmir.

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can't wait!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D

i work with hashmir. Here are some specs that aren accurate. Hashmir is wrong about some of the specs though.

40 and 80gb hard drives
15 hour music battery life
4 hour video battery life
bluetooth technology
2.8 inch widescreen. No virtual touchscreen, but smaller touch wheel.

bye for now

Thanks for the comment. How did you know I posted the story here?

To babar the snake... If your post is correct then apple is going to be in trouble. a 2.8 inch screen will not cut it for the apple fans.. It would be too small for the video playing to sell enough of them.. They need to make something that will create a buzz for those who have the current ipodav. They want everyone to go and get another one. your specs wont do it. it would be a disaster.

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