Apple has seemingly leaked its fifth generation iPod Touch device with an image on the Apple UK website showing an iPod Touch with 3G capabilities.
Following a series of rumours that have suggested Apple’s next-gen iPod Touch will sport 3G capabilities the Cupertino-based company has appeared to make the claims official with an image of a iPod Touch with 3G connectivity used to promote the latest iTunes software offering.
Pictured alongside an iPad 2 the iPod Touch 3G can be seen sporting the same form factor as last year’s super slim fourth-generation iPod Touch with the on screen display showing the iPhone familiar 3G connectivity icon.
Expected to be officially unveiled and launch alongside the mooted iPhone 5 in September the iPod Touch 3G will allow users to download music and apps on the go without the need for a Wi-Fi connection.
Whilst the iPod Touch 3G has appeared on the Apple site in picture form already the touchscreen PMP has yet to be officially confirmed with pricing and 3G data plans currently unknown.