Analysts say the next generation iPod touch should include GPS, FaceTime HD camera and a 5 mgapixel photo sensor.
While Apple did not bring last year a significant evolution of its iPod touch (it was only entitled to a white blank), the American glove would prepare to announce this Wednesday evening an in-depth renewal of his touch player. At least that's what analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities claims. Known for its reliable information, the latter says that the new iPod touch should integrate a GPS, a FaceTime camera allowing video conversations in high definition as well as a photo sensor (on the back of the device) of 5 mgapixels.
Still according to the same source, the fifth generation of the product would also be finer, thanks to the use of in-cell technology which allows in particular to reduce the thickness of the screen; the same technology that should be found in the iPhone 5. So this new iPod touch would have a thickness of between 6 and 6.5 mm for a weight of less than 100 grams.
As revealed a little earlier in the day, the new device would be well offered in several colors, which would allow Apple to somewhat rejuvenate the clientele…
In addition, this new iPod touch should have the A5 processor, the same as the iPad 2 and it is said that the iPhone 5 could also benefit from this type of processor but much more advanced.
Icing on the cake, the iPod touch could now connect a Mac or iPad to transform into a video game controller.
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