Posts Tagged ‘iPod Touch with Camera’

The well known International trade site Alibaba.com has posted some iPod touch parts, which they claim are from the upcoming next-gen iPod touch which is expected to be unveiled in September of this year. The shell, which is up for grabs on Alibaba.com includes LCD and digitizer, with a hole in the top center which could very well be used for a front-facing camera.

Continue reading... »

It’s been quite a while since Apple gave their iPod touch line a major refresh in terms of hardware. In fact all models since the 1st-gen iPod touch pretty much does the same thing. Although the 3rd-gen iPod touch, which is also known as iPod touch 3G is really fast compared to the previous generation iPod touches, but that is pretty much about it as it does the same thing – only faster. But now according to a leading UK retailer, Apple is going to pump up the next-gen iPod touch 4 / 4G with iPhone 4 like features such as FaceTime, 5MP camera with 720p video recording capabilities, A4 processor, gyroscope and a lot more!

Continue reading... »

Vietnamese are on a role! After the 4th-gen iPhone leak and the refreshed 2010 MacBook, Tinhte.com is now reporting on a new iPod touch 4G with a 2-megapixel Camera. The “DVT-1” stamp on the back of the device identifies it as an early prototype test model. This Foxconn manufactured prototype model boasts of 64GB memory and is running some sort of firmware diagnostic software.

Continue reading... »

Earlier today, two prototype models of iPod touches were spotted on eBay which had cameras on the back with one of them shown running a development version of iPod OS, while the other one was running ‘switchboard’ window which could perform screen and camera test. They were marked as DVT-1 and DVT-2 which confirmed them as a development model. The recently “lost” iPhone 4G also had “DVT” written on its back.

Continue reading... »

PwnageTool version 3.1.4 has been released which can jailbreak all iPhone’s (2G, 3G and 3GS) and the first and second generation iPod touch running iPhone firmware 3.1.2. The following step-by-step guide will enable you to jailbreak iPod touch (first and second generation) with firmware 3.1.2 on both Windows and Mac.

Continue reading... »

Apple today has unveiled the next generation of their iPod lineup at “It’s only rock and roll, but we like it” event in San Francisco. Steve Jobs who hosted the event announced the new refreshed iPod lineup which includes iPod touch 3G, iPod nano 5G, iPod classic and iPod shuffle. Hands-on videos for iPod touch 3G and iPod nano 5G have been attached below for your viewing pleasure.

Continue reading... »

It’s that time of the year again – The annual Apple’s special music event and its highly anticipated keynote address takes place today on 9/9/09. Apple is expected to refresh the current iPod lineup with 3rd generation iPod Touch getting camera, new range of iPod Nano, iTunes 9 with social networking features and the GM release of iPhone OS 3.1 firmware (unconfirmed).

Continue reading... »

A Chinese site named WeiPhone has got hold of what could possibly be the photos of the upcoming 3rd Generation iPod touch with Camera which is expected to be announced by Apple in their September product launch event. The photos in question clearly shows off the rumored camera which these new iPod touch’s would get.

Continue reading... »

It is being anticipated that the next-gen iPod Touch, releasing this fall by Apple will be integrated with a camera. Nothing will be left undone then! Internet availability, uploading videos on Youtube, hundreds of games to choose from the App Store, huge music library(iTunes), WiFi, built-in-speakers with high sound quality PLUS a camera (probably with video) – like a cherry on the top!

Continue reading... »

Video Camera in your iPod Touch?
Sounds fantastic doesn’t it?
According to sources, Apple has ordered a large number of camera modules. The leaked images of the cases for the new line of iPods further signifies that the new iPods may indeed be getting the camera!

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube

Popular Stories