iPod Touch Hardware Updated After 4 Years

The last Apple product with the iPod name, the iPod Touch, has been updated for the first time in four years.

The new 7th generation (2019) iPod Touch has an A10 Fusion system-on-a-chip (SoC), which is the same as the iPhone 7. 32 gigs of storage at $200, 128GB at $300, and 256GB at $400.

The 6th generation iPod Touch had an A8 SoC at 16GB for $200, 32GB for $250, 64GB for $300, and 128GB for $400. It’s available online today, 

There aren’t any apparent design changes to the outside of this iPod Touch.

It’s apparently quite a popular device with our national embarrassment’s criminal associates and other security-minded individuals who want to avoid the cellular networks.

There is no iPod app on any iOS device anymore, that name was retired for Music in iOS 5.

Author: Jack Slater

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