iPhone 5, iOS 6, new iPod touch and iPod nano in podcast 305

The iPhone 5 divides opinion: is it innovative enough? And we look at what it means for 4G, iOS 6, and the new iPod touch and nano.

Innovation -- is there anything more important in technology? The question of innovation has certainly divided opinion upon the release of the iPhone 5 -- but does a gadget have to have a projector and a 3D screen and laser beams shooting out of the top to be innovative?

And we discuss the aspects of the iPhone 5 launch most important to British phone fans: how will the 4G iPhone 5 work, how much will it cost, and is it worth it?

Plus we take a look at the new iPod touch and iPod nano, and the latest iOS 6 software.

Join the CNET UK team as we go five alive and discuss the new iPhone and the rest of the week's technology new, if we can think of any.

As the podcast was recorded just moments before the Nintendo Wii U announcement, Rich, Luke and Jason put their money where their mouths are with guesses at the price and release date for the Wii U -- with, it turns out, comically inept results.

Plus our trusty friend Otamatone says more with a well-chosen electronic honk than we ever could in his review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200.

And we turn to you, tech-savvy listener, for your thoughts in the feedback section. Is the iPhone 5 the breakthrough you wanted? Would you buy one? And does Apple ever truly innovate?

Whether you're looking for help with a spot of tech support or just need to blow off steam about the issues getting you hot under the collar, leave us a comment below or on our Facebook page -- where you can mingle with like-minded gadget fans, and get a glimpse behind the scenes at CNET Towers.

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