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Craig truly is a joy to watch. Very engaging.   How come Jonathan Ive is not doing the product presentations? I am feeling like a teenager listening to Phil. His enthusiasm comes across very juvenile: drooling about specs and the product's awesomeness. Shame, as the poetry gets lost.
This iPod touch is a bit of a mystery to me? We're only three months away from the traditional iPod refresh? There's no need in leaving the camera out. Apple could offer an iPod touch mini with a 3,5" screen instead.   Here's how I imagine their new line-up:   1. iPhone and iPhone mini = black face, silver back 2. iPod (touch) and iPod (touch) mini = white face, silver back with loop
Here's hoping Apple will introduce a redesigned iPhone and not an iPhone 5S.   "iPhone" and "iPhone mini" works for me. Plain & simple:   (A) a 4" screen for the iPhone (B) a 3,5" screen for the iPhone mini
Haha :D That sounds like me: iPod Touch 5 + Samsung feature phone from 2007 (before they went evil).   Really. This is 2012. Who is making phone calls? I'm using facetime and skype (to non Apple devices).
… erm, I thought Apple was prepping to break into the point & shoot camera market with the iPod Touch? Hence the loop?   The Touch fits nicely in Apple's product line. Small enough to fit in your pocket, big enough to have comfy facetime calls with other Apple devices. If I were Apple I'd make the Touch the flagship of the iPod line up. They somehow need to figure out a way to add GPS to the Touch.
We're all waiting for the 15" macbook air, aren't we?!
It's not the body, but the white face I am talking about. It's a blatant copy from Nokia's Lumia.
Compare the iPhone 5 to the new iPod Touch. It's tool (read: no magic crossover between the visual arts & technology) versus lifestyle. The Touch looks very inviting with rounded edges, like the original iPhone.   The nano is a different story. It looks like it has been designed by Apple's marketing department: "… youngsters, kids blablabla [spreadsheet] … colors blablabla [trendbook] … Nokia blablabla, et cetera et cetera." I am surprised they didn't rebrand the...
The (design of the) new iPod touch is brilliant.   The iPhone looks like a tool.   The iPod Lumia looks like a rip off. Both the interface & the hardware look uninspired. Good enough for Nokia, but below the Apple Design standard. Jony Ive can do better. Let's forget this version of the nano.
Andysol, mark my words because I think the new iPod touch is going to be a game changer! Yep, that's right. A game changer. Not the over-hyped iPhone 5 or iPad mini, but the iPod touch will change the entire industry of point-and shoot camera's.   At first I thought the iPod Touch was looking a bit juvenile. But its design has grown on me. I pre-ordered the silver/white one. It's way more beautiful than the iPhone and also way more cheaper if you compare it to a 32GB...
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