New iPod Touch Holds Secret 802.11n Wi-Fi And Camera Slot
A recent tear down of the new third-generation iPod Touch reveals that the device is sporting an 802.11n Broadcom chip along with enough space to house the much rumored camera.
Dismantled, the device revealed a 6-by-6-by3 millimeter space capable of housing a camera similar in size to that now found in the new Nanos. Despite the space being there, and Steve Jobs saying otherwise, many are now speculating that the lack of a camera is due to the rumored manufacturing problems.
On a more exciting note, the iFixit tear down also revealed that the third generation iPod Touch is rocking an all new BCM4329FKUBG wireless chip [PDF], which manufacturer Broadcom states can support FM transition in addition to the now official 802.11n wireless standard, something even the iPhone 3GS can't handle.