The release of Apple’s new video ipod, the 6g of ipod, has been delayed. The new Video Ipod is rumoured to have a screen that covers the entirety of the front of the ipod, and a touch screen instead of a click wheel.
According to Think Secret, this 6g Ipod was supposed to be released around Apple’s 30th birthday this month, but due to technological issues (especially with the virtual track wheel), the release date has been moved back to the fourth quarter of the year (perhaps in hopes to boost holiday spendings). Apple is also disappointed in not being able to secure a deal with movie studios. Supposedly, Apple wants an iTunes like service for movies, while the movie studios are more in favour of a subscription service. So it looks like we’ll have to wait [yet again] on the new video ipod.
Born in Salsburg, Austira, Mozart was one of the great musical composers of the classical period who also paved the way for the Romantic period. He was a child prodigy too, composing at the age of five, and playing before royalty such as the Austrian empress at six. Mozart was influenced by other composers, such as J. S. Bach, Georg Handel, and Joseph Hadyn. He is most famous for his works of chamber, piano, particularly his piano concertos, and choral music.