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    Feb 09, 2008
    Next iPod Classic
    what generation will be the next ipod classic? im confused :p

    i broke mine last week so ill get a new one for christmas but i might just wait till Jan when they release the newest iPod Classic.

    also of all the ipods which has the best sound quality?

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    Oct 03, 2009
    Albuquerque, New Mexico
    They usually update the iPod line in September-October. I see no reason to update the iPod's the last hard drive based iPod Apple makes. Most of the iPod's have the same sound quality- you're better off buying a new pair of headphones versus the white ones that come with the iPod's.
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    I believe if they make any significant changes it would be the 7th Generation of the HDD based iPod, the current classic is, IIRC, the 6th Generation.

    I suspect Apple will keep these in production until they can be replaced by a Flash memory based iPod Touch. Even though Flash prices are falling, they still can't offer a Flash based iPod with the same capacity as the Classic, but that will change in the next few years.

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