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  • - MP4 player iOS 7
  • - Alarm clock Clock function Accelerometer Picture viewer Firmware upgradeable
  • - Flash memory 16 GB
  • - 10.2 cm (4") 1136 x 640 pixels 326 ppi Touchscreen
  • - Audio formats supported: AAC, AAX, AAX+, AIFF, HE-AAC, MP3, WAV Headphone connectivity: 3.5 mm
  • - Built-in speaker(s) Equalizer
  • - Voice recording Built-in microphone
  • - Interface: Lightning Wi-Fi Bluetooth AirPlay
  • - Built-in camera 5 MP Auto focus Second camera
  • - Continuous audio playback time: 40 h Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Warranty: 1 Year
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iPod touch 16GB, 4", 1136 x 640, IPS, 500cd/m2, Dual Core A5, 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4/5GHz, Bluetooth 4.0, 5MP iSight, Lightning, 3.5mm, iOS 7
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Apple iPod touch 16GB, MP4 player, 16 GB, Lightning, Built-in camera, Pink, Headphones included

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Apple iPod touch 16GB. Type: MP4 player. Total storage capacity: 16 GB. Touchscreen. Interface: Lightning. Volume control: Digital. Built-in speaker(s). Built-in camera. Voice recording. Continuous audio playback time: 40 h. Weight: 88 g. Product colour: Pink. Headphones included

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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Uk has collected 122 expert reviews for Apple iPod touch 16GB MP4 player Pink and the average expert rating is 84 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
84%
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goodgearguide.com.au
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2015-04-02 17:52:43
It may not have received the fanfare of the shiny iPhone 5, but the refreshed iPod touch is just as new.With a redesigned body based around a new 4-inch, 16:9 widescreen, the iPod touch mirrors the design of the iPhone 5 in the same way that the previous...
0%
itproportal.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:43
In a world turning towards smartphones, the iPod touch abides. The touch is the definitive phone-less handheld computer: Part gaming device, part media player, part web browser, and all what you make of it with the apps you choose to download...
Good Slightly lighter than the 32GB model, Tremendous number of apps, Faster than previous budget iPod touch, Bigger screen than previous budget iPod...
Bad 16GB storage could be tight for some, No rear, facing camera...
Bottom line If you have a good smartphone, you probably don't need an iPod touch, and if you just want a music player, you can save £70 and go with the £129 iPod nano. This gadget's real purpose is as a gateway to thousands of iOS apps for people who can't otherwise...
90%
macworld.co.uk
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2015-04-02 17:52:43
Apple has released a new budget iPod touch (16GB iPod touch), cheaper than the existing model but without one key feature. See also our 32GB and 64GB iPod touch review (2012). The new Apple iPod touch is identical to the existing iPod touch – which rem...
Good Great design, app choice, cheapest iPod...
Bad Lacks rear-facing camera, smallest capacity...
Bottom line If you enjoy taking photos with your mobile device the 16GB iPod touch is probably not for you. It remains a wonderful media and games player, although with a limited capacity compared to its bigger brothers. An extra £50 for the 32GB iPod touch – twice t...
60%
digitalversus.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:43
We've been waiting to get our hands on this. We wanted to know how relevant the iPod Touch is with the deluge of smartphones that have come out this year...
Good Display, Impeccable sound quality, Processing power, Lots of functions...
Bad Supports very few audio & video file formats, Lowquality earphones...
Bottom line The iPod Touch has pretty much all the features the iPhone has, except for the phone function and 3G. It's an excellent product with flawless sound quality, but the logic behind it is a bit hard to pin down. Given the price, most people will probably opt...
100%
channelpro.co.uk
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Apple’s iPod touch is better than ever. It’s expensive, but the best device of its type on the marketRating: 4Average: 4 (1 vote) Now that smartphones are so often used to handle music and video, few would think of buying a dedicated media player. Yet...
80%
computeractive.co.uk
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The fifth-generation model of the Apple iPod Touch music player finally fixes a long standing problem that plagued previous versions. The shiny, reflective but easily scuffed and scratched metal rear has finally been replaced with a far more scratch-re...
0%
alphr.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Now that smartphones are so often used to handle music and video, few would think of buying a dedicated media player. Yet Apple has stuck steadfastly with its iPod touch, which this month receives a major update. It's a very similar design to the iPhone...
Bottom line Apple's iPod touch is better than ever. It's expensive, but the best device of its type on the market...
83%
wired.co.uk
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
It seems like a long time since demand for the iPod was overtaken by the iPhone, but there's still a place for what is largely the same device, sans phone and high price.Not that it's especially cheap -- with no low-memory versions available you'll nee...
Good Lightest, slimmest iPod Touch yet, excellent screen, improved camera, great range of apps...
Bad Less affordable entry point than previous iPod touch...
Bottom line It's a shame the cheaper versions have gone, but despite its considerable price tag, the latest iPod touch still offers good value for money, with a terrific screen, excellent syncing possibilities through iTunes and an unsurpassed range of available a...
90%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Apple's iPod Touch media player has reached its 5th incarnation, with more power and a wider range of features than ever before. One of the first things we noticed was the Touch's new, slimmer design. It looks great and makes for an easier fit into jea...
Bottom line With upgrades to its power and display quality, the iPod Touch is still the most versatile media player around...
100%
techradar.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
In an age where your phone can hold all the music you own you may be wondering why you might still need an iPod touch 5th Generation. The answer is that the iPod touch is not just an iPod anymore. While Apple still sells the old fashioned iPod Classic and...
Good Better screen, Five colour options, iOS 6 improvements, Very thin and light, Better earphones...
Bad Apple Maps!, Lightning port is a reset, You still need iTunes...
Bottom line We'd say the iPod touch 5th Generation makes a pretty convincing argument for small form factor devices, especially for kids who might find larger devices cumbersome to hold. Even for adults, 7-inch and larger tablets are too big to pop into your pocket...
90%
whathifi.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The last time we had a significant upgrade to the iPod Touch was in September 2010, when the 4th generation was released. Apple’s been busy in the two years since, what with various new iPhones, iPads and iOS updates, so it’s finally time for the iPod...
Good Clearer and more detailed sound quality, Richer, more subtle colours, Great interface with swift response time, Intuitive to use, Web browsing is fast, Picture clarity is better, 5MP camera with flash, Beautiful build and finish...
Bad Increasingly viable small tablets are the biggest rival in both screen size and price, Expensive...
Bottom line As a dedicated media player for your music, games, videos, and web browsing, the new Touch is clearly ahead of the previous generation.However, the market has changed in the years since the iPod Touch was first introduced. Already a somewhat niche product...
100%
techradar.com/au/
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
In an age where your phone can hold all the music you own you may be wondering why you might still need an iPod touch 5th Generation.The answer is that the iPod touch is not just an iPod anymore. While Apple still sells the old fashioned iPod Classic and...
Good Better screen, Five colour options, iOS 6 improvements, Very thin and light, Better earphones...
Bad Apple Maps!, Lightning port is a reset, You still need iTunes...
Bottom line We'd say the iPod touch 5th Generation makes a pretty convincing argument for small form factor devices, especially for kids who might find larger devices cumbersome to hold. Even for adults, 7-inch and larger tablets are too big to pop into your pocket...
90%
theregister.co.uk
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
It’s fitting that this is the fifth generation of the iPod Touch, because what you’ve got here is, in effect, an upgrade almost as ambitious as the recently launched iPhone 5. Like the iPhone 5, the new Touch has had a bit of a growth spurt, stretching...
Bottom line The new iPod Touch is improved in almost every way, and makes a terrific portable entertainment system for music, video, photography and games. But at this sort of price I’m not entirely sure who it’s aimed at anymore. Apple-loving adults will probabl...
75%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
After a year’s break, Apple is back with a new iPod touch for all those boys and girls who want all the apps but none of the monthly cost of an iPhone. Like the iPhone 5, it’s sporting a new look, with a taller 4-inch display and the updated iOS 6 soft...
Good The iPod touch has always been shockingly skinny, and now at just 6.1mm it’s more anaemic than ever. Yet despite its wafer thin profile and bright coloured back panel, it’s tough as old boots, with the same glorious, hard-to-scratch four-inch display as the iPhone 4It’s packing the same A5 processor as the iPhone 4S, which is to say it’s blindingly fast, with a solid battery life to match it: App...
Bad If there’s a problem, it’s more with the timing than anything else. More than half the UK population is now rocking a smartphone in their pocket, and even if it’s not an iPhone in yours, there’s a good chance it’s a touchscreen smartie with most of the same skills - and screen size. Why carry two gadgets that jump online, let you play games, listen to music and watch video on the go?To make matte...
Bottom line The new iPod touch is as impressive as you’d expect it to be, though in 2012 that in itself might be the problem: it’s only what you expect it to be. A colourful backing can’t mask the fact that with smartphones becoming more and more powerful, the iPo...
80%
trustedreviews.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The iPod touch has always been a bit of a poor relation of the iPhone series. It was there for people who wanted iPhone goodies, but couldn't afford the astronomical price of the phone. However, underdog or not, it revolutionised what people expect from a...
Good Good-quality screen, Superb apps and games library, Much-improved camera...
Bad Entry price a little high, Loop lanyard feels gimmicky...
Bottom line Now that the iPod touch range starts at £249.99, it isn't quite as accessible as it once was for cash-strapped folk that can't afford iPhones. However, the iPod touch 5th generation is doubtless the best iPod touch made yet. Strong design, and significant...
90%
productfeedback.com.au
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
This video I review the Apple iPod Touch 5th Gen. This iPod now includes the same 4.0″ screen found on the iPhone 5. The screen alone makes it a worthy upgrade to previous owners of the 4th Gen iPod. Is it worth the price tag? If you own an iPhone 5 I wou...
0%
pocket-lint.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The iPod touch has always been an interesting device. Branded as an Apple music player, it's rich feature set, sitting alongside the wide functionality of the iPhone, has always attracted those who either couldn't afford, or didn't want, an iPhone in...
Good Design is the best yet, light and compact, amazing screen, access to hundreds of thousands of apps and games, headphones are an improvement...
Bad Expensive, still reliant on the Apple-verse, dock connector will annoy some, EQ settings aren't great...
Bottom line When it comes to a device to play music and video, you can't really ask for more than the iPod touch delivers. This is the best screen on any media device of its size, there's decent storage capacity on both models and the graphical power means this ca...
90%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The Apple iPod touch received an update at the same time as the new iPhone 5, incorporating new hardware and features from the new phone as well as the older iPhone 4S. Overtaking the fourth generation iPod touch from 2011, the new portable media p...
Good Thin, light, well-built, Excellent screen and good camera, Fast processing and great battery life...
Bad Lightning port complicates backward compatibility, No volume control on bundled EarPods...
Bottom line Apple's newest iPod touch joins components from the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S, cobbling them together in a body that's incredibly thin and light. New earphones and a new dock connector are both good and bad, but the overall package is an excellent one...
90%
macworld.com.au
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
There’s a new iPod touch on the block and, in many of the ways that most matter, it’s a doozy. While it’s tempting to compare it to a phone-less iPhone 5—particularly given its similar height, weight, thickness, and Lightning connector—the iPod touch i...
Good Far faster than previous model; bright screen; solid camera performance; siri support...
Bad No remote on bundled headphones, $329 (32GB); $439 (64GB)...
90%
thunderbaylive.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Lisa Gade reviews the new generation of Apple's iPod touch 5th gen multimedia player and more. It runs on a dual core Apple A5 CPU with a dual core GPU and it's available with 32 or 64 gigs of storage ($299 and $399). It has a front 1.2MP FaceTime HD came...
0%
T3.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
It wasn't long ago that Apple was king of the smartphone world, but the iPhone 5 is no longer the people's smartphone champion. Similarly, the iPod Touch has always been top of the pile when it comes to portable media players.Competition isn't so stiff in...
Good Beautifull designed, Bigger, bolder display, High quality cameras...
Bad Very pricey, iOS still problematic...
80%
macworld.com.au
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Our iPod touch review is based upon our hands-on testing on the iPod touch that we were able to use at the press event, as well as in-depth analysis of known specifications and features. We will update it when we get a review model to assess.Our initial r...
Good Colour choices; great compact camera alternative; high tech features thanks to A5 chip...
Bad Is there a market for iPods when so many people own iPhones; an unlocked iPhone 4 might be an alternative option worth considering, $329 (32GB); $439 (64GB)...
0%
macworld.co.uk
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The iPhone 5 wasn’t the only Apple product to get an update at Apple’s iPhone 5 launch event last night and it wasn’t the only product that we got our hands on. Here’s our hands on review of the iPod touch. Our iPod touch review is based upon our hands...
Good Colour choices; great compact camera alternative; high tech features thanks to A5 chip...
Bad Is there a market for iPods when so many people own iPhones; an unlocked iPhone 4 might be an alternative option worth considering...
Bottom line Price aside, whether you're in it for the apps, games, or media, this is an iPod you'll treasure. With its improved cameras, zippy performance, bright and roomy display, support for Siri, and more colorful and statuesque form, the fifth-generation iPod to...
0%
canadianreviewer.com
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2016-01-18 08:47:44
Not only is it a legit iPhone without the Phone (and free of monthly voice and data plans), the iPod Touch is a triple threat device that skirts the genres of mobile gaming, smart cameras and pocket computer while remaining as an outstanding media playbac...
80%
yugatech.com
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2016-11-25 04:40:12
One of the devices Apple unveiled a couple of months ago was the 5th generation iPod Touch. It is better-looking and more powerful than its predecessor. Some say it's the iPhone without the phone. Find out more by reading our full review after the break.D...
Good High quality build, Excellent design, Larger, high-res display, Good camera, Thin and light, Available in different colors (black, silver, blue, yellow, pink, red)...
Bad about it, So-so battery life, No ambient light sensor, Smudge and fingerprint magnet...
Bottom line Calling previous iPod Touches as iPhones without the phone part is an exaggeration. The iPT5 is more worthy of that statement thanks to its high-quality build, excellent design, amazing display and a very capable camera. With that said it's easy to sum up...
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unbox.ph
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2016-11-25 04:40:12
It's the 5th Generation iPod Touch! Woot!The 5th Generation iPod Touch was announced by Apple at the same event they unveiled the iPhone 5 . It quickly got a lot of attention because of the sleek and slim design, 4-inch Retina Display, 5-megapixel iSight...
Bottom line Sezzy beast.Over-all we think that the iPod Touch is a solid portable entertainment device. The bigger screen, faster processor, good camera, and the app store sets it apart from all other portable media players available in the market today. Our only res...
0%
tbreak.ae
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2016-11-25 04:40:12
While the iPod Touch is quite a popular device, I’ve never really been attracted to one because my annually-upgraded iPhone has always been a more capable device. And although the new iPhone 5 continues to lead, I must admit that it hasn’t really excit...
Good Gorgeous screen, really thin and light, decent cameras...
Bad Too expensive, mono speaker...
70%
technoodling.net
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2016-11-25 04:40:12
As an owner of the 2012 edition of the iPod Touch, you're going to be hearing that a lot. Either from your stunned and impressed friends or possibly even involuntarily from your own mouth. Yes, it's thinner than 5 DVD discs stacked one on top of the other...
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pcmag.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:43
Apple's quiet update to the iPod touch stems the tide of media player irrelevance in a world dominated by easily accessible smartphones. The added rear-facing camera and $30 discount are neither new nor game changing—this is mostly a recalibration. The $1...
Good Terrific design and build. Sharp display. Adds 5-megapixel, rear-facing camera. Tremendous number of apps.
Bad 16GB storage can pinch with large games or movies...
Bottom line The Apple iPod touch gets a price drop and feature upgrade, making it an even more compelling gateway into the world of iOS apps than ever before...
90%
macworld.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:43
For a while, Apple has been selling two generations of iPod touch side by side: the 16GB and 32GB, 3.5-inch, Retina display fourth-generation versions and the 32GB and 64GB, 4-inch, Retina fifth-generation models. That confusion finally ended when Apple r...
Good Offers most of the same specs as higherpriced iPod touches, Has an attractive price...
Bad Provides no rearfacing camera, color options, or wrist strip...
Bottom line The fifth-generation iPod touch is the greatest iPod of its kind that Apple's made. But the somewhat stripped-down 16GB model makes some definite compromises to offer the same screen size and processing power as its higher-capacity brethren at a more ent...
80%
Kenrockwell.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:43
iPod Touch Audio Quality 5th Generation ("5G," 2012-)© 2012 KenRockwell.com. All rights reserved. Apple iPod Touch, 5th Generation, blue version (5 megapixel camera, 3.3mm f/2.4 lens, 1,134x640 16:9 display, 3.1 oz./87 g). My biggest source of is w...
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Kenrockwell.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Introduced in September 2012, this fifth-generation iPod Touch is most of an , just without the phone and most of the cost. It has a 5MP camera and comes in 32 GB and 64 GB versions in about five colors. It's thin and weig...
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gottabemobile.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The iPod touch is an excellent gaming and multimedia device. It is essentially an iPhone 5 without the phone, with plenty to offer for those who don't have a smartphone.The new iPod touch is the best iPod Apple's ever built, emulating the iPhone 5 in seve...
Bottom line The new iPod touch is an excellent mobile device, though its price tag exceeds those of some small Android tablets and is just $30 shy of the iPad mini. Its new Retina display and performance that's on par with some of Apple's more expensive devices mak...
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soundandvision.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
In truth I have spent the last couple of weeks watching Jaws on two amazing new devices, the Apple iPod touch (fifth generation) and iPod nano (seventh generation). We'll start with the larger, fancier model, the touch, this newest iteration of the belove...
89%
maclife.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The iPod touch used to lag behind the current iPhone in specs, and the fourth-generation iPod touch was the worst: introduced in 2010, it got a white version and a lower price in 2011, and it’s still for sale—but the totally redesigned fifth-gen iPod...
Good Same screen as iPhone 5. Camera is much improved. Crazy light. We like the wrist strap and Lightning port. Colors look great.
Bad Battery life the same as the last version. iSight camera isn’t exactly flush with the back of the iPod. An iPad-like, no-contract 4G version would be incredible.
Bottom line If I were the type to carry a Mi-Fi around (or I weren’t so addicted to streaming music), I would try to ditch my iPhone 5 and just carry an iPod touch. It’s that much fun to use. Product iPod touch Company Apple Contact www.apple.com Price Price...
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imore.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Even though the iPod touch 5 doesn't have as great of a camera as the iPhone 5 , its camera has been severely updated from what was included with its predecessor. The iPod touch 5 is equipped with a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with a f/2.4 five-element...
Bottom line Overall, I am very impressed with the iPod touch 5 camera and think it can easily replace a low-end point-and-shoot camera. And since the iPod touch is also an iPod, you get to do so much more with it than take photos! For many people, investing in an iPo...
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imore.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Apple has released a new iPod touch and this time it actually has a decent camera on it. But is it half-way decent or all-the-way decent? If you go iPod touch instead of iPhone 5 , and the camera matters to you, how much are you missing out? That's what w...
Bottom line There's no denying that the iPhone 5's camera is better than the iPod touch 5. The images are more vibrant, have more contrast, and have better color. Are the differences huge? No. In fact, in most cases, I can edit a photo taken with an iPod touch to...
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g4tv.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Video Review: The new iPod Touch from apple features a thin aluminum body, a 4-inch Retina Display screen, an iSight camera and iOS 6, taking your music listening experience to a whole new level. Matt Mira and Michael Kosta review the device for its fi...
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mobiletechreview.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
twitter: @lisagade) The iPod Touch, now in its fifth generation hardly needs an introduction. This is a 4" iPhone substitute that does everything except make cellular calls (VoIP calls with Skype and FaceTime are a go). With the fifth generation iPod...
Good Excellent 4" Retina display, much faster than previous model, lovely design, great ecosystem of software, media and accessories...
Bad As ever, iPhone envy: the iPod Touch 5G is a generation behind the iPhone 5's CPU/GPU. Expensive...
Bottom line Are media players a dying breed? Probably so, but their demise is still several years away and in the meantime Apple still owns the market. I'm by no means an Apple fangirl, but there's a reason the iPod still king: the experience is easy and delightf...
80%
pcmag.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
It's cheerful, colorful and versatile, and though it technically has competition, Apple's iPod touch still stands alone. While we still classify it as an MP3 player, the fully redesigned iPod touch is more like a smartphone without the phone, bringing mor...
Good Terrific design and build. Slim and light. Beautiful screen. Tremendous number of apps. Bundled EarPods are much improved.
Bad Expensive. Not natively compatible with earlier models' accessories...
Bottom line Apple's beautifully redesigned iPod touch is still the leading do-it-all MP3 player, but the new $300 entry-level price might make it a tough sell...
80%
engadget.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
When last we got a new iPod touch, the fourth-generation from 2010, it was so thin relative to other devices of that era we said it looked like "a toothpick." Its 7.2mm thinness was unparalleled -- at the time. But now, just two years later, the iPhone 5...
Good Beautiful designBest-in-class 4-inch displayMuch-improved camerasSiri...
Bad Still no GPSPricey...
Bottom line Apple's latest iPod touch is by far its best, but it's priced far out of impulse-buy territory...
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Laptopmag.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The iPod touch has been the best portable media champ for a long time, enabling people to access the same games, apps and iTunes content as iPhone owners without the monthly fee. And Apple isn't about to give up its wide lead. The 2012 version brings...
Good Amazing screen, Swift performance, Luxurious design with multiple color options, High-quality camera, iOS 6 with Facebook integration, Awesome game selection...
Bad Pricey, Lackluster speaker quality, Apple's Maps App still needs work...
Bottom line A bigger and sharper screen, great camera, and slim and colorful design make the iPod touch the best portable entertainment device money can buy.
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ilounge.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Click Below to Read the Rest of This Review: Apple has painted the iPod family into a corner. Having put its best resources into developing ever-improving iPhones and iPads, the company now routinely saves its most exciting new features for its phone...
Good A substantially redesigned and much-improved version of the prior iPod touch, enhancing everything from screen and camera quality to battery life and audio performance. Front and rear cameras are particularly big jumps over prior, poorly-equipped mode...
Bad Only available in $299-$399 models with 32GB and 64GB capacities. Despite two-year gap since prior model’s release, most of the new features are a full step behind leading iPhone and iPad models, cementing the new iPod touch as a smaller, better-scree...
Bottom line May 2013: The 16GB iPod touch (Fifth-Generation)June 2014: The 16GB iPod touch, Take Two, Price CutsApple has painted the iPod family into a corner. Having put its best resources into developing ever-improving iPhones and iPads, the company now routinely...
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theverge.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
"Thin" almost isn't a strong enough word to describe the iPod touch. When you finally get it out of its impossible-to-open plastic packaging, it almost feels like you left part of it behind. It really is only a quarter-inch thick, though, and it really do...
Good Great display, Thin, light build, Hugely improved camera...
Bad No good inexpensive option left, Speaker and earbuds are unimpressive...
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i4u.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
The new iPod touch 5th Generation is supposed to ship somewhen this month. Japanese Apple blog Macotakara has already gotten their hands on the new iPod touch and published a detailed review including video. Watch the iPod touch video below.The new iPod t...
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slashgear.com
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2015-04-02 17:52:44
Apple may not have invented the MP3 player, but with its iPod range it certainly defined it. Every year consumers and rivals alike wait for the company’s September music event, to see what the must-have functionality and hardware is this season. SlashG...
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arstechnica.com
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2015-05-08 05:59:28
Much has changed since the last time Apple updated the iPod touch. Smartphones have become cheaper and more popular, and free-with-contract models are now available from most manufacturers. Android tablets (and e-readers turned tablets ) have been introdu...
Good Better screen, better performance, better camera, similar battery life—the newest iPod touch is in every way a substantial upgrade over its two-year-old predecessor, Impressive IPS screen is of the same quality as the one used in the iPhone 5, Camera peg...
Bad Still no GPS sensor, Ambient light sensor is inexplicably absent...
Bottom line The performance bump that the new iPod touch brings to the lineup is very welcome, and it completely eliminates the occasional stuttering and jerkiness that I've experienced on the fourth-generation iPod touch as its hardware ages.Gamers, especially, shou...
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appleinsider.com
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2015-06-03 14:11:56
Apple's new fifth generation iPod touch takes the model upscale, with a higher entry price that supports better components and features while making room for the newly redesigned iPod nano (and last year's iPod touch) below it...
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ilounge.com
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2018-05-27 08:44:03
Apple has painted the iPod family into a corner. Having put its best resources into developing ever-improving iPhones and iPads, the company now routinely saves its most exciting new features for its phones and tablets, trickling them down to iPods only w...
Good A substantially redesigned and muchimproved version of the prior iPod touch, enhancing everything from screen quality to battery life and audio performance. In 32GB and 64GB models, both front and rear cameras are particularly big jumps over prior, poorly...
Bad Despite twoyear gap since prior model's release, most of the new features are a full step behind leading iPhone and iPad models, cementing the new iPod touch as a smaller, betterscreened remake of the iPhone 4S rather than as an iPod that separately justi...
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Apple iPod touch 64GB MP3 player Gold
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Apple iPod touch 32GB MP3 player Silver
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MKHX2LZ/A 32GB 0.00
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Apple iPod touch 16GB MP4 player Black, Grey
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MGG82FD/A 16GB 0.00
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