Thursday, April 10, 2008

What Is Ipod Touch Getting Out Of It

There are few rumors about Iphone which ill give you info about it. But in all that where is Ipod Touch what can we expect for Ipod Touch to become

Iphone rumors:
  • Price: $399 for 8GB, $499 for 16GB, possibly $599 for 32GB (TGDaily, citing “industry sources”)
  • Timing: Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference, presumably on June 10, during Steve Jobs’ keynote address. (ditto)
  • Body: Less “plasticky,” 2.5mm thinner (current dimensions are 115 x 61 x 11.6mm). (ditto)
  • Accelerometer: Re-tuned. (ditto)
  • Bandwidth: Up to 7.2 Mbps from Infineon (IFX) S-GOLD3H chipset (ZiPhone, see here)
  • Camera: Higher res (3 megapixel) (Silicon Alley Insider, citing “a friend of a friend” who claims to be a beta tester)
  • Video: Video recording capability, upload directly to YouTube (ditto)
  • Bluetooth: Stereo headphones (IPhone Hellas, from references in the SDK code)
  • GPS: To replace triangulation (ditto)
  • Added to apps: Contact searching, meeting invites (Engadget SDK screenshots)
  • Available unlocked: In Australia, starting last week of June. (MacTalk, citing Apple resellers
Info by Fortune
How about Ipod Touch having camera? or bluetooth and GPS ?...


Mike B said...

Sure... this is all well and good (he said, typing away on his Touch), but what about the phone in Canada?!?!? Anyone???

Schecter said...

The iPod Touch…this device is amazing. I have had a while to play with all the features and I have to say that it is a powerhouse. I love all the different things you can do with it. You can use the Safari browser to surf the web in either a portrait style mode or in widescreen. The YouTube application allows you to watch any video on youtube on your iPod Touch. The Weather App continuously recieved updates on any city where weather reporting is possible. The Maps App allows you to find directions for any to and from situation. You can even pinpoint your approximate location using your wireless connection. There are many other apps that are very useful and make the iTouch seem like a PDA when it really is considered a media player. You can even check your email on it as long as there is a compatible connection. Also, if you go to the apple site on your iTouch, you can get additional apps that were created by many other people and are very handy.

Now on to a few of the problems. In my week of using the iTouch, I have experienced some things wrong. First, the wifi. I can’t seem to connect to my wireless internet connection but if I go to a pulic hotspot, the connection is flawless. It may be the iPod or it may be something up with my router. Needless to say, there are tons of people with problems with the iTouch’s wifi. Most people say it is something with the router’s setting while other say that their problem was fixed when restoring the iTouch. I shall call Apple today and fix this problem.

So, overall…the iTouch is a must buy. And depending on how much money you have to spend, I would get this version since it is cheaper than the 8GB version without the software upgrade (which includes some left out apps that the iPhone has).

I definitely recommend this product. Get it and you shall love it. :-)

Apple iPod touch 8 GB with Software Upgrade