While speculation about a possible white iPod Touch has already been making the rounds, some new photos have surfaced showing a white front panel for the iPod Touch.
By way of TUAW, comes this delightful little image of an iPod Classic cigarette case. The frankenstein creation come about after Marianne Wilson gutted her iPod and found it to be the perfect size to home her cigarettes.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple is working on introducing a white iPod Touch to compliment their white iPads and iPhones. iFixYouri emailed pics of alleged iPod Touch front panels, in white!
The trailer for the second Sherlock Holmes movie has gone live on iTunes trailers. Starring Robert Downey Jr. & Jude Law, A Game of Shadows is the follow up to their 2009 blockbuster.
September could be a very exciting month for Apple! In addition to the widely expected September release of a new iPhone, a new report suggests that a 3G-enabled iPod Touch could come at that time as well!
The iTunes Festival is currently in full swing over in London, England, with artists such as Paul Simon, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Linkin Park, and Arctic Monkeys performing live to thousands of fans in the Roundhouse venue and to millions online. Grab the free app to keep up to date on all the live performances throughout the month of July.
A concerning story has surfaced today – A 23-year old Marietta, Georgia man was arrested at his local Walmart for using the video camera on his iPod Nano to film up the skirts of women. He was taken to jail, but has been released on $10,000 bail.
A new and very interesting report has surfaced suggesting that the Pope has now approved that iPod Touch for Vatican use, and will be issuing visitors an iPod Touch with their visit, pre-loaded with a custom app, that will help improve their experience.
$1.3 billion – that’s how much Horace Dediu estimates it costs to run iTunes per year. Dediu is an analyst / blogger for Asymco and based his estimate on some published statistics about Apple’s iTunes Store.
An interesting piece of information has surfaced regarding iOS 5 – the music app, previously called “iPod” on devices, is now simply called “Music.” Could this be an indication that the “iPod” brand is dying? You decide.
Steve Jobs announced iTunes in the Cloud at last week’s WWDC event. A beta was made immediately available for US users but it appears that UK users will have to wait until 2012 to use the service.
This doesn’t really surprise me, as it seems to be a growing trend, but it seems that two iPod nano wrist straps – Scott Wilson’s LunaTIK and TikTok Kickstarter-funded projects – will soon be sold in the Apple Retail Stores.
Guinness World Records have been dishing out the honours to Apple devices and services. The iPhone 4 was named the fastest selling portable gaming system on release when it sold a whopping 1.5m units in the first day compared to the previous holder, Nintendo’s DS at 500K over one week.
Taiwan based Apple.Pro blog has released the above photograph of what appears to be the next generation release of the iPod Nano, and it’s rocking a camera.
Apple’s move to hire Kevin Kenney to their engineering team could result in more than iDevices getting lighter. Wi-Fi syncing could also be a welcomed outcome.
A report from 9to5Mac shows supposed images of a new iPod Touch. The new model features a capacitive home button, as well as 128GB of storage.