Looks like someone was shipped an ipod with no OS on it, just diagnostic info. Looks like there MIGHT be disabled bluetooth after all. OR this could just be the diagnostic software used for both the touch and the iPhone which is why it has that. Check it out and decide for yourself:




[via Engadget] "You can argue that the iPod touch is an iPhone without the phone. So what's an iPod touch without OS X? You're looking at it. That's Dave's swanky new iPod touch, fresh off the boat and out of the box with nothing more than a diagnostic utility. Ha, Cheerios icon for the cereal serial number -- clever Apple. Not quite as clever as shipping a working product though. Now besides a temperature sensor, what's interesting here is that Bluetooth icon showing a disabled radio. Does that mean the hardware is there like we heard but disabled in firmware? Not sure. Still, we'll chalk this little snafu up to first production run jitters unless you tell us differently, dear readers."