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Will we see a radical change in the iPod range this autumn? The question of the week

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If you are one of those who have been consulting the latest news from the Apple world for years, you will know that until about two years ago the company reserved the autumn months for presenting new products from its range of iPod players and the iTunes application with all its services and content stores. But what was once a mainstay of the company is now becoming increasingly meaningless with the iPhone and iPad, and now rumours are circulating around the new phone for a month or two from now.

Will we see a radical change in the iPod range this autumn? The question of the week
Will we see a radical change in the iPod range this autumn? The question of the week

However, amidst all the rumours of a new iPhone or a new generation iMac, there has been some talk of a possible completely redesigned iPod nano . Some even suggest that this hypothetical 7-inch iPad could replace the current iPod touch. Taking into account that iPods are selling less and less and that iOS is taking control of all Apple mobile devices, this is the question of the week we ask you today:

Last week we asked you about the next Apple phone: What do you expect from the next iPhone? The most voted answer was from our reader Pablo Sánchez, who was short but clear:

It is obvious that Apple wants to protect its devices the more the better, especially seeing how companies like Samsung have no qualms about accusing Apple of plagiarism when it looks like the opposite has happened. The more patents there are, the more protection against this kind of legal issue, and the more control over the device that Apple is doing with the MacBook Pro with retinal screen and the absence of “standard” market components.

Remember that to answer the question of the week you must do it in its proper section and not in the comments of this entry, which will remain closed. Next week we will highlight the most voted answer among all of you and propose a new question.

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