There has been a lot of speculation on the probable release dates of the iPod Touch 5G. Though the 4th generation iPod touch has been available for purchase till date, there have been continuous rumours that an update is soon on the cards. All across the internet, the possible release dates for the updated iPod has become one of the hottest topics for discussion. The additional features that this device is going to be equipped with are one of the many such rumours. An ardent Apple fan who is keyed up to know the facts of the new machine’s release will find this article interesting and should continue to read this.
One rumour that has now died down following it being proved wrong was that the new iPod would be launched by September 2011. Though no date has been confirmed by Apple, rumours now point to early 2012 as a probable release date. We hope that the device is rolled out soon as people are getting tired of waiting. However, with Apple’s founder CEO Steve Jobs recently passing away, there might be understandably some potential delays.
Photos available online are very hard to view, from a source who claims that are pictures of iPod touch 5G. Additional rumours floating are that the device will not have a home button.
It is still very early to jump into conclusions on the release dates for iPod Touch 5G, as Apple has not yet confirmed any specific dates. Neither has Apple confirmed nor have they denied any of the news and reports that are being circulated about iPod touch 5G. Another huge rumour that is doing the rounds of the internet is that the new device would come with a sim card. If this is true, the move could backfire as it wouls reduce the product differentiation between the iPhone and iPod, and consequently affect purchase decisions for both.
Rumours also talk about an improved camera being provided. This could be true as Apple has been known to have always worked towards improving their camera quality on iPod products. If this rumour is proven correct, the end user would be delighted as they would have a higher resolution camera.