According to new reports, Tim Cook may have to borrow Steve Jobs' "one more thing" maneuver after he announces the new iPhone. Apple news site 9 to 5 Mac has gotten word that the company will announce a new iPod Nano, a new iPod Touch, and a refreshed iPod Shuffle.
The site's sources say that Apple will keep the current iPod Touch as an entry level model, and introduce two completely new touches, perhaps with larger iPhone-like screens, at higher price points. Also, for the first time, the iPod Touch may come in multiple colors. We can't see this happening.
The details on the new iPod Nanos are scarce. Some rumors have the new model being larger. 9 to 5 Mac says, "The new iPod nano is said to have a completely new codename from last year’s model, which may point to some design and internal changes." It will also supposedly be available in eight colors, up from the current seven.
The iPod Shuffle, according to 9 to 5 Mac's source, will get the smallest refresh. Like the Nano, it will allegedly be available in eight colors, and will remain $49.
Not as exciting as a new iPhone, but hey, not everything can be.