AppleInsider podcast talks new iPod touch, thoughts on an 'iPhone 6c,' 'iPad Pro' rumors & moreOn this week's all-new AppleInsider podcast, we discuss the refreshed iPod lineup, including a new A8-powered iPod touch. Neil talks about the possibility of an "iPhone 6c," Dan details gaming benchmarks for Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. iPhone 6, Victor tells us how he really feels about Touch ID and Apple Pay, and it's unanimous that no one should install Adobe Flash.
AppleInsider staff members Daniel Eran Dilger, Neil Hughes, and Victor Marks discuss the top stories:
- The new iPod touch with an A8 chip
- A rumored "iPhone 6c"
- Apple is allegedly being "cautious" placing orders for the "iPad Pro"
- Bogus sounding rumors on the death of the iPad mini
- It's time to uninstall Adobe Flash
- iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S6 gaming benchmarks
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- New gold, dark blue and hot pink colors come to Apple's iPod nano, shuffle & touch lineups
- Apple launches new iPod touch with 64-bit A8 CPU, 8MP camera, M8 motion coprocessor & 128GB capacity
- New iPod touch vs. iPhone 5s: Apple's latest iPod packs surprising power
- Rumor: Apple 'cautious' in placing orders for late 2015 launch of 12.9" 'iPad Pro'
- Rumor: Apple to launch 'end-of-life' iPad mini model and 'iPad Pro' in 2015, forego 'iPad Air 3'
- It's time to uninstall Adobe's Flash from your Mac - here's how
- GameBench shows iPhone 6 beats Galaxy S6 in game performance & better looking graphics
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