Apple might update the iPod touch tomorrow

Apple has already announced some product updates this week, but it has not been done yet. The iPod touch may be the next device to get a hardware update, and according to MacRumors the seventh generation model can be announced tomorrow through a press release, as Apple did with low-profile ads. The new iPad Air, iPad mini and today's iMac.

A new touch of iPod touch soon seems plausible, since Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst with a good record to predict Apple's releases, left his name. MacRumors also notes that developer Steve Troughton-Smith discovered references to what could be an updated iPod touch in the iOS 12.2 code.

Apart from that, an iPod touch update makes sense because it is among the oldest devices that Apple still has in its store. It was last updated in 2015 and is due to an update, since it is powered by the old A8 processor that is also on the iPhone 6.

As far as what could be changed, it is safe to expect an increase significant in the processing power of iPod touch. But otherwise, it is not clear if Apple will continue with the thick bezel design to draw a clear line between their iPhones and the last remaining iPod, or welcome you to the first class party. However, none of the updates this week has presented major redesigns, so it seems questionable that the iPod breaks that trend. Would a potential design change lead to the end of the headphone jack? On an iPod? It seems sacrosanct, but Apple's AirPods 2 are expected to launch in the first half of 2019. Who knows? Maybe it's this week, since many updates have been announced.

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