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Next-gen iPod touch to get front-facing camera? September release?

Posted in iPod Touch by Conner Flynn on July 8th, 2010

There’s no way to confirm this one just yet, but Apple might be working on a new iPod touch. Some iPod touch parts have showed up on several Chinese websites, which show a hole on the front of the device that’s likely for a front-facing camera.

There are also some new comments from an exec at UK retailer John Lewis, who said that a major iPod touch refresh is coming in September, and that it will match many of the iPhone 4’s features, including a 5-megapixel camera with HD video recording, a gyroscope and even FaceTime support.

Financial Times confirms Apple Tablet September launch

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2009

Financial Times confirms Apple Tablet September launchAccording to the Financial Times, Apple is all set to launch the Apple tablet in September, along with some fancy new iPods. Word is that Apple is working with record labels and book publishers on new iTunes features for the new device. Companies like EMI, SonyMusic, Warner Music and Universal Music Group. They’ve apparently codenamed the project “Cocktail”.

If you believe the Financial Times’ sources, the device will have a 10-inch touchscreen and run iPhone OS. The tablet will be able to connect to the Internet using Wi-Fi and looks like it will also have a book marketplace.

Zune HD: $249 and $280 in September?

Posted in Zune HD by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2009

Zune HD to comes in 16/32GB sizes, September 8?According to an alleged “software engineer” on the Zune team, the 16GB Zune HD should cost between $249 and $280 this September (a date that lines up with previous rumors.)

There are a lot of interesting rumors in the interview, like the fact that Microsoft is thinking about not only 16/32GB models but a 64GB Zune HD too. We have no idea what the price would be for that one.

WiFi BlackBerry Storm 2 coming to Verizon in September

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2009

Blackberry StormLooks like your Storm 2 wishlist just got an item slashed off. SlashGear has a source that they are pretty confident in, who says that the successor to BlackBerry’s touchscreen smartphone will add WiFi support for faster web browsing. It’s one of the smartphone’s biggest criticisms.

The source also dropped some hints that there are other surprises on the horizon but there are no specifics. Look for a release sometime in September on Verizon.