Apple Reportedly Ready To Announce New IPod Touch, Nano , And Shuffle On 14th July

Posted: Jul 10 2015, 11:51am CDT | by , in Apple


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Apple Reportedly ready to announce New iPod Touch, Nano , and Shuffle on 14th July

Apple expected to unveil New iPod Touch, Nano , and Shuffle on July 14

Apple will reveal a new iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle lineup one week from now, according to a report. Apple is taking a shot at its lineup of versatile players and invigorated models of iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle and supposedly they are releasing at some point around July 14.

The news originates from French site, which has so far turned out to be solid on a few events. The publication reports that the iPod touch conveys the codename N102 and ought to arrive as the most prominent redesign, moving to an all the more capable A-based processor with 64-bit structural planning. The iPod nano and iPod shuffle, in the interim, carries the codename N31A and N12D, individually, yet may see just new colors as a major aspect of this refresh.

The new iPod touch, nano and shuffle are relied upon to release in six new colors - Silver, Space Gray, Bright Pink, Red, Deep Blue and Light Gold. Different changes of the upcoming refresh could incorporate memory limits, yet it stays unverified for the time being.

All things considered, if the most recent report ends up being precise than the disclosing ceremony is in fact situated for July 14, we'll soon know everything to think about the new iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle straight from the company’s official sources.

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