Before this update, the 16GB iPod touch cost $229 (), lacked a rear camera and the loop wrist strap, and only came in mundane space grey. But no more.
Starting at $199, the 16GB model now comes in six colors and is equipped with a rear facing camera. Its bigger brothers, the 32GB and 64GB models, now cost $249 and $299, respectively.
The iPod was accounted for a good chunk of Apple’s revenue, but that time has passed. The iPod’s time in the limelight is gone, but the devices still remain one of the best, non-cell phone media players on the market. From the iPod classic with its click-wheel to the iPod shuffle, nano and touch, it’s hard to find a more well-rounded media player for the money. And now the touch is even better.
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