We learned yesterday that Apple looks set to launch a new iPod Touch in September and that it will have a number of key iPhone 4 features. We discussed one or two of these — the main one being a front-facing camera. If we are to believe what we have heard, then the new 2010 iPod Touch should also come with FaceTime.
The idea of having a video on the iPod Touch is not that far-fetched — especially when you think that Apple gave the iPod Nano one last year. The Touch always seems to be a mirror image of the iPhone, so we can expect upgrades to its camera as well.
I do wonder how FaceTime can work on the iPod Touch over Wi-Fi, as I assumed that you had to be signed up to a carrier — although it would not take much for Apple to change it just for this device. We have to wonder what other features Apple will give the updated Touch?
We know that it will come installed with iOS 4 and should also benefit from all of its features — well only if Apple upgrade some of the hardware. The current version along with the previous models of iPhone cannot handle multitasking as the CPU is not powerful enough and there is not enough RAM to handle more than one task at a time.
What do you expect to see from the new iPod Touch 2010?