Apple recently announced the release of the latest iTunes software that brings a few surprises beyond the long expected upgrade. A range of new iPod models will soon be available, coming in a color craze set to delight all potential users and Apple lovers.
The new shades include dark blue for the iPod touch, gold and beige for iPod Nano and bright pink for iPod shuffle. Apple is now involved in a strategy to update its iPod lineup but it is still unclear whether the new colors will turn into a reality and what their release time frame could be.
The tech giant has been rather focusing on the iPhone and the Apple watch controversy and shifted its efforts to bring better features for the devices and services that bring the highest levels of profit.
A recent announcement from the tech giant stated that they will release a completely revamped, revolutionary music streaming service, strongly competing with the already popular, acclaimed and profitable Spotify. The iPod upgrade walks hand in hand with their future approach over music and is expected to offer successful results.
The color line of the chic and sleek iPods has been lastly updated in 2013, when steel gray was added as the “slate” color. The iTunes 12.2 is related to a new color range that is dedicated to a public who craved for some pieces of news from the music devices manufacturer. Apple revives the iPod for all those of us who cannot imagine daily routine without a suitable soundtrack to sooth our minds and delight our ears.
Also, the new iTunes version could indicate future plans for Apple to update its hardware. Apple somehow needs to boost its sales for the iPods, as the devices met a dramatic decline in sales due to the poor updates and improvements made lately. 2012 was the last year that brought pieces of news regarding the iPod hardware.
Recent leaks state that a possible range of new iPod models could see the light of day this fall.
Until further information is unveiled, users can view the new color lineup when they plug their iPhones to the iTunes. Old images of previous iPod models have been replaced with these potential future releases.
Apple’s recent focus on streaming music as well as moving entire sound collections from users into the cloud base may be a part of an extended Apple initiative to envision the future of music and media on permanently connected devices.
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