Earlier this week, we reported on news that Apple plans to revamp its iPod music player line-up next week. Now new details of what could be in store have come to light.
9to5 Mac, which published the original story, has heard that the iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle will all be tweaked at the iPhone 5 launch event on Tuesday
The site says that Apple plans to launch a redesigned iPod touch for the higher-end 32GB and 64GB model, but retain the current design for the entry-level 8GB device.
The article also 'infers' that there may be more colours than the standard black and white models, in the offing.
Beyond the iPod touch moderations, 9to5 Mac also reports that there'll be 8 iPod shuffle colours, up from the previous five, but price and storage are likely to remain the same.
As far as the popular watch-face-sized iPod nano is concerned, the site also centres on the rumour that the device will be slightly larger in order to include Wi-Fi for the first time.
The device has a new "codename" which, according to the article, could see internal and external changes.
All is likely to be reveals at next week's iPhone 5 launch event in San Francisco.
With the iPhone 5 and full launch of iOS 6 definitely coming, new iPods and new iMacs also rumoured to be in the mix, it's likely to be an exciting keynote.
Keep your eyes peeled to TechRadar for live coverage of the event, hands-on reviews with the new tech, and all of the key reaction.
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