Apple won't deliver iPod video, but new iPod and Macs

Posted on Thursday, October 06 2005 @ 23:54 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
It looks like the Apple event on October 12 will not deliver the video iPod, but it will give us a new iPod along with new Pro Macs.

The new iPod will be slightly smaller than the current iPod players and will feature a 80GB HDD.
Updated PowerBooks expected next week will sport higher resolution displays, sources have said. Although specific resolutions are unknown, sources expect the number of pixels packed into the displays to increase by about 15 percent on the 15- and 17-inch models. Much how Apple abandoned monochrome screens in its iPods this year, as Think Secret foretold in February, documents reveal the company plans to have widescreen displays in all of its systems in 2006. While it's possible that the 12-inch display currently featured in the PowerBook may be replaced with a widescreen model now, it's more likely to arrive next year.
Head over to ThinkSecret for more details.

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