One of the things that feeds the rumors in the blogosphere is to follow in detail all the facts that are happening around a product. For example, an increased demand for raw materials by a factory, a committed interview by someone related to a technology company or a decrease in stock of a product in stores. All these situations give rise to a lot of rumors, which in some cases become true. In today’s case, the decrease in the stock of iPod nano in large technology companies confirms that a renewal of this range is increasingly close.
With continuous rumors about the next iPhone, the likely seven-inch iPad, or iMacs with retinal screens, we’ve all but forgotten about iPods. Apple has got us used to renewing iPods in September, with the end of the holidays. So, it would be no surprise to see an imminent renewal of the iPod nano range .
To date, stock shortages have reached Amazon, Target, Walmart and Best Buy, the four largest e-commerce companies in the United States. If we add to this the very probable entry of the eight or sixteen pin connector in the market with the new iPhone, we realize that it is very likely to see a new iPod nano in September , so as not to become obsolete.
A total renovation, perhaps? I personally would not like to see radical changes in the current iPod nano. I like the current design, but adding new features would be a good idea . The possibility of viewing video clips downloaded from iTunes, Bluetooth or Wi-fi to synchronize with the other products on the Bite Apple, more possibilities of personalization, a little bit thinner… There are many functions that can be added to the next iPod nano, and some are even necessary. With the ability to use the current iPod nano as a clock, they are on the right track. In my case, I use it more as a clock than for listening to music. Perhaps you should look into this further.
With the importance that has taken the iPhone and iPad in recent years the iPod has been left in the background making it even more necessary to renew the product. In my opinion the guys from Cupertino should give another twist to the iPod , to leave the competition behind and increase their leadership in this area. In September, we may not only see a new iPhone, perhaps it will be accompanied by a more versatile and spectacular iPod nano than the current one.