iLounge holds back iPod touch review


Jeremy Horwitz posted on iLounge that they were not going to release their review of the iPhone. Yet.

We consider timeliness of our coverage to be imporant, but we consider accuracy to be even more important. It goes without saying that haste is the enemy of certainty.

Very mysterious, iLounge. Very mysterious.

Horwitz finishes with:

Our review of iPod touch will likely be one of the most controversial we’ve published, so we’re re-running some tests to make sure we’re being fair. You’ll see the results very soon, and we hope they’ll help you make a more informed decision about whether to buy into this particular iPod, or hold off for next year’s replacement.

“Sounds ominous,” says the first comment. I agree.

What dark secrets were discovered by Horwitz and his cohorts? What dastardly deed has Apple done? Will the review result in the downfall of Steve Jobs?

Ok, the last one was a bit overdone. Still, I’m really curious to what they found wrong with the iPod touch? From the initial murmurs from the series of tubes, some are saying that the iPod touch are not meeting their expectations. Screen. Audio. Interface. Or all of them? What could it be?

As Horwitz said: stay tuned.


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