Fifth gen iPod Nano and third gen iPod touch were announced last week and the iFixit folks quickly took to their beloved task – to dissect (or rather teardown) to reveal the innards of these babies. As for iPod Nano, Apple has crammed the new hardware in the same chassis as before with camera being less than 3mm thick, 8GB flash memory from Toshiba and an ARM processor.
The iPod touch however, packs far more interesting things than Nano. To start with, it has got a Broadcom BCM4329 chip that supports 802.11n. The touch also integrates an FM receiver and transmitter, hinting Apple might enable the radio via an update in the near future and a space 6x6x3mm space at the top to keep our iPod touch camera hopes alive.