Last month Apple updated its line of iPods with the “iPhone without the telco” version of the iPod Touch, complete with Retina Display and more interestingly, FaceTime. Having spent almost six months on a Wi-Fi only iPad, I was anticipating that the FaceTime feature would be more useful than most were expecting.
Bright new beginnings are what Spring is all about but they’re also what’s driving immedia right now as our new office space takes shape on the crest of one of Durban’s hottest locations: Ridgeside. September also marks the local launch of the new Apple iPhone 4 that’ll be available from the end of the month.
It’s the start of a busy gadget season that usually kicks off with a frisson of excitement with a certain ‘fruit’ company’s music product refreshes. Last week, Apple sent out invitations that simply have a guitar with an Apple logo replacing the soundhole on it, inviting the media to a Stevenote this Wednesday, 1 September 2010.