New Version of (White) iPod Touch 5G Coming This October With Minor Changes [Report]

Apple is releasing the new white iPod Touch (5G) in October, according to a source of MacRumors. October, certainly, seems to harbor much more news than possible. So now, the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and probably Google’s next version of Android, the Ice Cream Sandwich coming soon! Already, Google has provided instructions to App Developers about how to make their apps compatible with the upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich, which will also be released in October.

White iPod TouchiPod Touch 5G will only have minor changes in its hardware and stuff, but with the primary difference of the introduction of a white model.

According to MacRumors, the changes in this new model will be:

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, we expect the models to be nearly identical to the current fourth-generation iPod touch model.

White iPod touch parts had, in fact, leaked back in July, telling a story of a white iPod touch, but no changes in cases had been reported to be done. So, presumably MacRumors are sticking to the right lane.

White iPod Touch

These new models of iPod Touch are expected to be launched alongside with the iPhone 5 launch, which is reported to be announced in the first half of October. Though, an official release date is yet to be confirmed.

So, those waiting for a newer version of iPod touch, Keep watching and we will keep you updated, if we got wind of any new changes or of the confirmed release date. (via MacRumors)

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Updated 12 years agoCategorized as Apple

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