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$99 for a iPod Case?

Posted on March 2, 2006. Filed under: All, Apple |

So it looks like Apple think they can sell things for a stupid price just because it has iPod on the front? Please don’t turn in to Microsoft Apple! In addition to the $349 iPod Hi-Fi, the company also announced its own $99 leather iPod case. It only fits the iPod with video or nano, but if you want an official Apple case with an Apple logo and “iPod” drawn on the front then get this. Personally I would use the sleeve which comes with it!

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iPod Touch Screen?

Posted on February 9, 2006. Filed under: All, Apple, Tech |

Think Secret can confirm recent rumblings that Apple is nearing completion of a completely revamped video iPod that will shed the ubiquitous mechanical click wheel for a touch screen and will sport a 3.5-inch diagonal display.

This video iPod, which has been in development and on the table since before Apple released the 5G iPod last year with video playback, will feature a display that will occupy the entire front face of the device. Sources who have seen the device report that it features a digital click wheel, one that overlays the touch-sensitive display and appears when a finger touches it and disappears when the finger is removed.

Apple has been working with at least two other companies to perfect the digital click wheel display technology. While not all the engineering was completed in-house by Apple, sources have said Apple could hold an exclusive license on the technologies it borrowed from other developers for a period of time, limiting the ability of competitors to copy Apple’s design.

Additional details concerning the new iPod have yet to be confirmed, including capacity and a release date, although all indications point to the Spring, possibly as early as late March or early April. During the Macworld Expo San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs alluded to a major announcement on or around April 1, Apple’s 30th anniversary as a company.

Like previous iPods, sources insist that this video iPod will lack any sort of wireless connectivity, and will continue to connect to televisions using the conventional cabling solution of current models.

While Apple no longer publicly releases the numbers for how many specific iPod models it sells, Think Secret has learned exclusively that during Apple’s most recent December quarter, the company moved 3.9 million 5G iPods, exceeding internal estimates and confirming that strong demand remains for higher capacity, higher priced iPod models, especially with additional functionality. By comparison, 8 million iPod nanos were sold during the same period.

From Engadget

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1GB Apple iPod Nano

Posted on February 7, 2006. Filed under: All, Apple |

Just released…..
The iPod Nano in 1GB Format. Only $149 and roughly £100…
Good for those quick tunes……

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