After a September 2011 no-show from the annual iPod Nano range update, it now looks as if Apple are ready to reveal the next generation of their miniaturised MP3 players, and with it will come a much-missed returning feature.
Leaked images purportedly of the seventh generation iPod Nano show it packing both the rear clip AND video camera that had been dropped after the 5th generation of the device to scale it down even further.
The camera is said to be a 1.3MP snapper, but one with significant problems holding it back. According to MicGadget, its auto iris is causing images to blur, as well as capturing “overexposed photos”.
It’s not like Apple to release something with such notable problems, but as the blog states it’s just a two-month old prototype, it’s likely these issues will be ironed out before any eventual release.
That is, of course, providing that the leak is the real deal. Apple are rumoured to be re-launching the Nano in the Spring. We’ll just have to wait and see what delights they eventually deliver.
Via: 9to5 Mac