Apple IPod Touch With Camera Leaks In Vietnam

Posted: May 19 2010, 6:18am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:13am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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Forget about the occasional loosing of an iPhone prototype in a bar. Vietnam is where the biggest Apple leak is. This Tinh Te site just published a bunch of photos and a video of what looks like a genuine iPod touch with camera test unit.

A couple days ago Tinh Te posted a hands-on of the new MacBook that Apple launched yesterday. And a week ago they also got a hands-on with the iPhone 4G like Gizmodo did.

What is going on? Where does Tinh Te get these unreleased Apple products? My guess is that they have a source inside one of Apple's manufacturers.

Back when Apple launched the new iPod touch we already were expecting a camera. Now Apple seems to be close to finally release it.
The camera on the iPod touch is in the top center on the back. There is a little pin hole next to the camera, which is most likely a microphone.
The 2010 iPod touch test unit Tinh Te got runs a special diagnostic software and not the iPhone OS 4. Watch a video of the new upcoming iPod touch below.


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