This September’s expected annual Apple iPod event could lead to some good news for fans of the Nano line, Apple’s range of tiny touchscreen mp3 players. A leaked shot from Apple.pro is suggesting that the tiny iPod could be once again getting a camera built in.
A shot of what could be the next iPod Nano chassis has appeared on the site, with a circular, camera-sensor-shaped hole cut away on to the top right-hand corner.
If it proves true, it’s not the first time the Nano line has featured a camera. The fifth-generation version also sported a camera, which was dropped when the Nano went on a diet to get into its current square form. It’s likely that the clip on the current Nano’s rear will have to be dramatically smaller or be removed altogether to fit the camera’s inclusion, which doesn’t nessecarily bode well for those who like to wear it as a wrist watch.
All speculation at this stage, but Apple.pro have a good reputation for delivering the goods when it comes to leaks, having previously correctly identified the current generation Nano’s display module long before its official release.