The New iPod Touch Available in U.K., Australia, Germany, Brazil, China, Japan
A few days ago, Apple has launched the $199 16GB iPod touch with rear camera in 6 colors, and now it’s making the player available in more countries
The iPod Touch isn’t dead yet, as the iconic player that has literally revolutionized the music industry, has been revamped recently by Apple and its price has also been discounted. Thus, Apple’s entry-level 16-gigabyte iPod touch for only $199.
It comes with a rear 5-megapixel iSight camera and six color options – black, space grey, pink, yellow, blue, and (Product)RED. Also, it comes with cheaper pries, the 32 GB version being available for $249 and the 64 GB one for $299.
Now, the iPod Touch has become available in the U.K., Australia, Germany, Brazil, Hong Kong, China, Japan, among other countries across Europe, Asia, and South America. The iPod Touch isn’t as popular as the iPhone or the iPad, but it still managed to sell around 2.7 million units in the last quarter.
The 16-gigabyte iPod touch was previously priced at $229 and only came in a lighter silver color and didn’t have a rear camera. The new model is cheaper by $20 and comes with support for the iPod touch loop wrist strap, on top of the above mentioned features.
The 32-gigabyte iPod touch was previously priced at $299 and the 64-gigabyte version at $399. So we can see that the 32-GB model has been discounted by $50 and the top version by $100. So, the more storage you get, the bigger is the discount.
All three iPod Touch models sport a a 4-inch Retina display, a forward facing FaceTime HD camera, and Apple’s A5 processor, running iOS 7.
Albeit having a smartphone implies that you don’t necessarily need a media player, it’s much more comfortable to hold it and listen to music and, why not, while you are running.