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New leaked photos of tiny Apple touchscreens, new 'Shuffle' coming?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 09 Jul 2010 21:07 User comments (6)

New leaked photos of tiny Apple touchscreens, new 'Shuffle' coming? Apple.pro has shown off a couple of new photos today of an Apple-branded touchscreen that is only a bit bigger than 1x1 inches, leading to speculation that the upcoming revised Shuffle will use the display.
Although less plausible, the site speculated that Apple may be making a foray into the wristwatch market, releasing a large touchscreen watch.

The display is too small for an iPod Nano, unless Apple completely changes the design.

In the past, Apple.pro has shown off parts for Apple products before they launch, like leaking white iPhone 4 parts earlier this year.

Apple has been negatively in the news recently, thanks to antenna issues with the newly launched iPhone 4.


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6 user comments

19.7.2010 23:46

Looks awful difficult to use...I hope it comes with a very pointy stylus, and a set of new eyes!

210.7.2010 2:39

Is it handed? (left or right)..............

310.7.2010 3:03

It is made by apple; so it goes without saying that it is only for right-handed people...no matter what it is.

410.7.2010 19:00

Originally posted by KillerBug:
It is made by apple; so it goes without saying that it is only for right-handed people...no matter what it is.
how are apple products always right handed?
I always found ipods to be right and left hand friendly. iPod nanos and classics were symmetrical. Same with touches.

510.7.2010 19:42

Originally posted by dragnandy:
Originally posted by KillerBug:
It is made by apple; so it goes without saying that it is only for right-handed people...no matter what it is.
how are apple products always right handed?
I always found ipods to be right and left hand friendly. iPod nanos and classics were symmetrical. Same with touches.

Erm, that was a stab at the recent iPhone 4 controversy...

Apple, I hate you so very, very much.

611.7.2010 11:51

HA! Let's see them beat my Sansa Clip+, and then will talk. At least they don't lock everything out in a PMP. MicroSD slot, a really good bright OMLED screen, and a least decent battery life (@12 hours). I will choose to rebel @ Apple products anyday!!

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