Originally Posted by Bizk1d1
Personally im just gona wait until they release a 64gb itouch.
Ever since it was released last year iv wanted this capacity, 32gb really doesnt cut it and im hoping in September they'll release a 64gb, even if it is at a cost.
There is no reason as to why they couldn't make it especially since the new app store will propbably bring thousands of itouch owners to it.
More capacity = more apps being bought and used.
I doubt it's coming. It looks like Apple is planning to keep the Touch, for lack of a better term, one exponential capacity increase ahead of the iPhone. Plus, 64GB still appears to be too expensive it the higher capacity were to come close to the current 16Gb pricepoint. Also, it appears it would have to be in a thicker iPod Touch, like the larger iPod Classic, as I don't think 64GB Flash comes in the double-density die package as the 16GB and 32GB version. I can only find it as a 1.8" size drive.
PS: Once 64Gb is available, the next move, obviously, is 128GB and then 256GB. These seem to be slowing down. is it possible to use several lower capacity flash chips to create a single, transparent drive with an onboard flash drive controller. For example, the next iPod Touch coming out in September would move the 32GB model to 48GB by using 3x16GB chips. The lower price of these chips over 32GB may even make it cheap to make, assuming that the Flash drive controller wasn't a significant cost in R&D. (I have no if this could work, just throwing it out there an idea)