Apple Might Launch Refreshed iPod Lineup Sporting New Colors Today

    By Vijaykumar

    Apple might be preparing refreshed variants of iPod lineup which might flaunt new colors. A new report by a French website claims that Apple is working on a new iPod Touch and is coadnamed 'N102'.

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    Apple Might Launch Refreshed iPod Lineup Sporting New Colors Today

    The new iPod Touch will bring in significant updates including a 64-bit A-series CPU. Meanwhile, the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle is also rumored to get refreshed color options and codenamed as N31A and N12D respectively.

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    According to earlier report, A new image spotted in iTunes featuring next gen iPod lineup with new colors, including iPod Touch, iPod Nana and iPod Shuffle.

    The image highlighted a dark blue iPod Touch, an iPod Nano with gold color and a dark pink iPod Shuffle. None of these iPod colour options are a part part of the currently lineup, which indicates that Apple could be preparing new iPods with these colours.

    Apple Might Launch Refreshed iPod Lineup Sporting New Colors Today

    As for the launch date of the new iPod lineup, looking closely at the image, you will find the display of iPod Touch showing Tuesday 14 on the calendar app.

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    Apple has not updated its iPod color lineup since years, the most recent addition was in 2013 with space gray colour.


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