Apple Posts Blueprints of iPod Touch 5 and iPod Nano 7

September 18, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The iPhone 5 is out. So what is new at Apple? The Cupertino company has posted the schematics of the new fifth gen iPod Touch and iPod nano in its 7th generation variant.

Despite the launch, the devices are yet to reach the customer so far. The fifth generation iPod touch and seventh generation of iPod nano also came out at the iPhone 5 in a glorious event.

The iPod touch came in five different colors and a camera of 5 megapixel resolution. The iPod nano with its 5.4 mm thickness has seen the world on the same day.

These devices are yet to reach the markets with the pre-orders in the US starting from September 21st onwards.

Meanwhile, the company has made their blueprints available for the public. Though the things customers need to know about these devices are already out, the new blueprints will help them understand the device in a better way.

The blue prints, though not much use for a normal consumer will surely be of interest for those guys who are into accessory making.

Look at the blueprint to see the iPod touch. The loop or the little circle on the bottom of the device will help you find it in the drawings. Similarly, the Bluetooth antenna on the iPod nano is also interesting.

iPod touch’s starting price is $199 for the 16 GB variant and $299 for 32 GB variant. New iPad nano has a starting price of $149.

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