Apple introduces fourth-generation iPod

Apple on Monday introduced its fourth generation iPod, revised with a new interface similar to that found on the iPod mini and a new feature called Shuffle Songs. The new iPod also sports a battery that's good for up to 12 hours of use at a time, according to Apple. The iPod is available in 20GB and 40GB capacities for US$299 and $399 respectively.... Source: MacCentral The price is great! The new software is great. Why in the world can't you flash the 3G iPod with the new software? That makes no sense. The last major software bump, whatever number that was, could be installed on the older hardware. Why not this time? Hopefully someone will hack it so it can be installed on the 3G iPod.

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