Apple’s new iPod Nano has finally hit the blogosphere, as Digg’s founder Kevin Rose claims to have the details of the company’s September gift to its music lovers.
The device appears to be fit into the prior rumours about its design, and the claims from Rose come as a pictorial confirmation of these speculations.
As speculated, the device so appeared on the web shows a much larger screen for an impressive video playback than its predecessors; furthermore, Rose has also predicted that the company would bring considerable price-cuts in the device, so as to slap down its rivals effectively.
Apart from adding bigger screen to the new iPod Nano, Apple will be doing some minute redesigning of the device, and is said to extend its compatibility to iPhone, by installing the 2.1 software into it.
Going further with his predictions with Apple’s new releases, Rose stated that the company would extend the Blu-Ray support to its new Snow Leopard for Mac, sometime during next year.
Also expect a new version of iTunes to hit the virtual shelves fairly soon; but whether to take heed of what Rose predicts remains to be seen.
As Vnunet points out, predictions by the founder of Digg have quite "spotty" indeed.