We know Apple has big plans. And one of the steps to make it bigger is to launch iPods which will feature Wi-Fi connectivity. DigiTimes speculates about the new iPods to be launched in the second half of this year. According to their source, Universal Scientific Industrial (USI) will manufacture the Wi-Fi modules while Foxconn will produce the players.
The Wi-Fi enabled iPods make sense as its competitor Zune offers this feature although with some restrictions. One of the major advantages of having a built-in Wi-Fi would be that a user could connect to the iTunes store and download songs on the go. Donâ€™t think that Apple would unveil its new line of iPod soon because itâ€™s the iPhone pressure which is mounting on each and every Apple employee.