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Apple to unveil white iPod Touch alongside iPhone 5

No 3G support?

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With the hype over the next-gen iPhone in full swing, all talk of an iPod Touch refresh has been pushed to the side. Well, no longer. According to insiders, the new iPod Touch will be reissued next month with a white body.

The information comes by way of MacRumours, which reckons that, apart from the colour difference, a revamped ambient light sensor and an oleophobic display coating, little else will change.

If as claimed, all internal specification remains the same, it would unfortunately put an end to rumours of an iPod Touch 3G.

Apple is expected to introduce its latest PMP, as well as a tweaked iPod Nano and of course, the highly-anticipated iPhone 5, in October. I'll believe that when I see it, though. ®

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