The unconfirmed iPod nano spy photo (pictured above) was delivered in trademark "blur vision" as all great spy photos are these days. Regardless of the advancements in digital photography, these leaked photos always look like they were taken by a freakin chimp. Throw him and peanut and he'll take another cell phone shot.
The ultra real-deal Orange tinted 4G nano is sealed in Apple's typical see-through iPod coffin showing off the wider screen and rounded design. Engadget ran the photo in all it's defocused glory, calling it "4G leaked in actual, factual, really-real spy photo" even though they tried to hedge in case it's a faker. "You may be looking at a Photoshop spackled together from newspaper clippings" as reported by Engadget.
MacNN for some unholy reason chose to feature a whacked out, obscured version of the same photo and then had the massive nads to call it an Exclusive. Please! It looks more like exclusive junk art some tool made by hand at the county fair. Noish!
It's certain that Apple will unveil their new 4G iPod nano on Tuesday no matter how awful MacNN made it look. Apple's 4G nano should be ready to sell right away but the new model doesn't qualify for the back-to-school promotion that ends on September 15th. When will the leaked nano spy photo merry-go-round end? Tuesday. Until then, expect more picts from the chimp.