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iPod Touch Features Vibrating Motor for FaceTime Notifications

iPod Touch Features Vibrating Motor for FaceTime Notifications

At the announcement of the new iPod Touch from Apple, Steve Jobs made plenty of folks out there happy with the revelation that the phone-less iPhone would feature FaceTime -- the video calling function that was made famous by the iPhone 4. Considering FaceTime doesn't need 3G, and in fact (officially) requires WiFi access to work, the iPod Touch's ability to do the same thing made perfect sense. But, how would you get notified of incoming FaceTime calls? How about a vibrating motor?

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New iPod Touch Won’t Have 5MP Camera, 3.2MP Instead

New iPod Touch Won’t Have 5MP Camera, 3.2MP Instead

Yesterday, we brought you two different reports about the next member of the iPod Touch lineage. Rumors were heating up that the new device, which is supposed to be revealed this September, would feature a 5MP camera on the back, along with other hit features like FaceTime capability (thanks to a front-facing camera), and HD video recording. But today marks a different direction for the rumors. Backwards.

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