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Photos of iPod nano 4G, classic (120GB), shuffle 2008 posted in high-res

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iLounge has just posted new photos of the fourth-generation iPod nano, iPod classic (120GB), and the fall 2008 iPod shuffle on our Flickr page. The new set of high-resolution photos features complete unboxing and close-up product shots of the iPod nano 4G, and unboxing photos of the iPod classic 2G and the new (Product) RED iPod shuffle. If you haven’t already, check out our high-resolution unboxing gallery of the second-generation iPod touch, and see our extended First Looks at the fourth-generation iPod nano and second-generation iPod touch for even more photos.

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1

Nice shots, but it looks like you have a light blue and royal blue nano 4th gen. Not a purple one..? Am I seeing things?

Posted by Sid32 on September 10, 2008 at 4:49 PM (PDT)

2

Whay are we calling it iPod 2G? Is it because the software is 2.0? Or is it because it’s the 2nd launch since we started to call it “Classic.”

2G tag is confusing. We are supposed to be on the 7th generation now.

The word “classic” in itself already connotes “old,” and other negative things. We hope Apple doesnt put this previous flagship down so much. There’s already much comment on how “this update is not included in the classic…” are all these intentional so the iPod Touch would increase its sales?

No gratitude at all to this iconic model which brings so much memory. No gratitude when it comes to business, aint it?

Posted by turmukoy on September 10, 2008 at 7:43 PM (PDT)

3

I’m not sure what gratitude you want for the classic. Do you want gratitude for the G3 iMac too? I think Apple sees the writing on the wall - flash capacities are increasing so much that in a year, you’ll probably have a 120G flash based iPod Nano. There’ll be no more reason to buy the classic model.

To answer the first poster, I think the photo is a result of a poor white balance setting on the camera. Notice the orange one looks red. The red iPod is only available at Apple, so it wouldn’t be included in the picture.

Posted by Gustav on September 11, 2008 at 10:49 AM (PDT)

4

Would anyone else be in favor of iLounge combining ALL the “Photos of…” stories from the past couple of days? I know this opinion might not be shared but it seems somewhat redundant.

Posted by Jordan on September 11, 2008 at 11:31 AM (PDT)

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