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Apple posts new iPod dimensions for developers


For those independent companies and individuals looking to make cases for Apple’s latest iPods, the company has now posted dimensional drawings for the newly announced second-generation iPod nano and second-generation iPod shuffle. Apple says that the dimensional drawings “will provide you with all of the measurements you need to get started.” Technical information for hardware developers is available only from Apple via its “Made for iPod” program.

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what about the existent cases? will they work on the updated 5g? i have a 60gb model just bought a vaja case will it fit my case on the new ipod? the dimensions of the ipods are different?

Posted by superbientotal on September 12, 2006 at 11:09 PM (CDT)


Make an aluminum “scratchless” iPod just so we can put protective casing over it.  That make sense.

Posted by Henry on September 13, 2006 at 10:46 AM (CDT)

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