### iPod Touch
[Wrong on the capacity, it tops out at 64gb. Right about FaceTime cameras and everything else][touch]. This one was a gimme. If you look at [the Apple Store][classic] you will see that, despite it’s absence from the Keynote, they still sell iPod Classics with 160gb hard drives. It’s just a matter of time, though. I don’t think Apple is THAT sentimental. Apparently the Classic does serves a market big enough to keep it around for now. My guess? They won’t bury it on stage [like they did Mac OS9][os9].
[classic]: http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/shop_ipod/family/ipod_classic “iPod Classic”
[touch]: http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/shop_ipod/family/ipod_touch “iPod Touch”
[os9]: http://www.macworld.com/article/1445/2002/05/06wwdc.html “OS 9 is dead, long live OS X”
### iPod Shuffle & Nano
Wrong and extra wrong. Not only is the shuffle still around, but they added the buttons back. It’s a fine gateway drug into the world of Apple/iTunes at the $49 price point. The Nano sticks at $149, loses it’s hardware buttons, loses the camera, and gains a multitouch display. It looks like it lost the ability to play video, too. The Nano replacing the shuffle was by far the wackiest of my predictions. No surprises.
Wrong about switching the name of iTV, and glad to be wrong. Wrong about announcing a developer program. It does run iOS, though. Right about $0.99 TV show rentals (streaming, no less!).
Right about streaming content to iOS devices to AppleTV.
Predictions are a lot less fun once you know the truth.