We all know that Apple will be making a major product announcement on October 4, and it is without question that all our iPhone 5-related question will be answered then. Now that the rumors have come and gone, some reports claim that the company will only be launching an upgraded iPhone 4S, while some say that a new iPhone 5 will also be unveiled.
Now, according to Apple enthusiast site 9 to 5 Mac, Apple may release new variants of the iPod Touch.
“Three new iPod touch models have appeared in the system with the codename N81A. N81 is the codename for the fourth-generation black iPod touch, so the A likely represents the string of the three new white models,” the site wrote in its report.
But 9 to 5 mac added that since there are only three iPod Touch models at this time, only the black models will not be updated. The site also said that the device will still have an 8 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB storage capacities.
The site said two new stock keeping units (SKUs) for new iPhones have surfaced in the company’s inventory system. However, the new SKUs are listed as “tweaked iPhone 4s.”
It said that the codename for the new device is N90A, which represents minor changes from the iPhone 4 (listed as N90). It is possible that this new model could be an 8 GB version of the iPhone 4 as rumored in the past. It is also possible that the two SKUs mean white and black models, but these are still unconfirmed.
The site also said that an iPhone model codenamed N94 has been spotted in the iOS SDK on a number of occasions, which suggest that Apple’s inventory has not yet been updated.
via: Mac Rumors