iPod touch 4 FaceTime!

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by startrees, Jun 18, 2010.

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IS there going to be iPod Touch FaceTime

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  1. startrees

    startrees Member

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    I was just looking at a thread talking about adding FaceTime to Mac/Win if they are going to do it or not. Then I realized something the Apple is about to release a new iPod Touch (as they do the collage students get a free iPod touch when they buy a new MacBook to clear off the items). This is when thought for a second and realized that apple is going to release a iPod Touch 4 Gen with a camera on it!! NO TWO CAMERAS!!! What do you guys think?
  2. Bok Choy

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    Apple is not going to release an iPod Touch with a front-facing camera. They need the iPhone to have enough features to set it apart from the iPod. Which is why the iPod Touch has not had a camera.
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    ish1tsn0w Member

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    right people already mistake the two and apple doesn't like it.
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    _JKK_ Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm not so sure.

    They definitely feel that video chat is the future. And they want to own the future. They may try to get FaceTime on as many devices as possible.

    Either way, I'll believe it when I see it.
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    Why would they? They're marketing the iPod Touch as a gaming device, not a social device. I doubt they'd put a camera on a .... oh shut the hell up, DSi.
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    Well even if new iPod touch has a camera, I'm still keeping my 3rd Gen
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    KerrWasHere Active Member

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    I bought my Ipod touch 3g 23gb from best buy with the insurance, when the 4g comes ill just break this one and get the next 1
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    I've said this before, and i'll say it again...

    There is absolutely no need for a camera on the iPod touch. The addition of a camera would just be a gimmick, and most likely will not be added by Apple. Just look at the Nano...I know upwards of 10 people who own them, and NONE have used the camera after the first few days of owning it (and yeh, i know, the Nano actually has a camcorder, not a camera).

    There are many features which would be much more useful on an iPod Touch than a camera (GPS Chip for example), but it is just as unlikely that this will ever be added too. To be honest, I think the iPod has pretty much reached saturation point for features...will probably just be speed upgrades/new case designs from now on.
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    You'll get a 3G 32GB, not the new iPod Touch.
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    _JKK_ Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Even if it doesn't have a camera, I'm getting the 4th gen. Just because of the screen.

    Either way, though, a camera will be nice. It may not be on both the front/back, but we won't know until it is released. If the 3G taught us anything, don't believe the hype.

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