The news continues to reach the realm of Apple. In a week when Cupertino's company launches have been successful, the seventh generation of iPod Touch may be the next thing. And it's been four years since the last one.
The week began with the announcement of the new iPad Air and Mini. Yesterday, Apple also announced news in its line of iMac and iMac Pro. Today, the silent announcement may well be of a product that many already thought death announced. Will we really have a new iPod Touch?
MacRumors is responsible for a leak earlier this month that spoke of all these releases – including the iPod Touch. That is, if the site got it right so far, you may well be right in this too. We then assume that the event scheduled for March 25 is more software related.
The truth is that a lot of information has pointed to the iPod Touch getting a refresh. The new model will have been found in the iOS 12.2 code, and several analysts are awaiting an update of the current model to specification level.
The 2015 model has a 4 inch Retina display. In addition, it has an A8 processor, 8 megapixel rear camera and a touch ID home button. The expected update is at processor level only. A new iPod with an A10 Fusion or A11 Bionic appeals to your niche.
IPod Touch continues to be used by developers
The truth is that it is strange, how can Apple get back into such a product. Apart from being so long after, it looks like something completely asleep. However, it is still used by developers (for the low price) and children, given the simplicity.
As of the writing of this article, we look carefully at all this information. Given the product it is, we think twice about taking a new release for granted. The current model is not for sale on the official website, and this may be a sign of something.
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