Apple just loves to keep punters guessing when it comes to new products on the horizon, and the new iPod nano is no exception.
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However, Digg founder Kevin Rose has gone one step further by finding a pic that is said to be of a prototype that, on face value, backs up some of the specs intimated by iLounge.
Rose says there will be new firmware, as well as a new version of iTunes, plus an update of OS X to support Blu-ray.
Some aspects of the new unit will be similar to the first- and second-generation nanos, with a click wheel that fits neatly with the screen, as opposed to the third-generation model that was slightly squarer in shape.
Both websites seem pretty sure of their info with regard to the new unit, however none can guess the price – something that will be interesting due to the iPhone and iPod both being competitively priced.