An anonymous reader writes: Apple may replace the 1.8 inch hard disk it uses in its video iPod with NAND flash memory before the end of the year, according to an analyst at Prudential Equity Group (a subsidiary of Prudential Financial). The analyst also predicts bigger screens, Wi-Fi and GPS.
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