If you’ve ever considered getting an iPod touch but have been put off by the price, you may be interested to hear that Apple not only made the range more affordable today, they also gave the entry-level 16GB iPod touch parity with the higher capacity models.
Previously, the 16GB iPod touch was priced at $229, it didn’t have a rear camera and only came in one color – black. Now you can pick one up for $199, it has the same 5MP iSight camera as the rest of the models in the range, and you can choose from pink, yellow, blue, silver and space grey versions. The only thing you don’t get with the 16GB version, is the wrist loop.
For those that need more storage, the 32GB iPod touch is now available for $249 (previously $299), while the 64GB model is now priced at $299 (previously $399).
The new 16GB iPod touch is available to purchase today in the US, with a worldwide rollout taking place over the next few days. Both the 32 and 64GB iPod touch are available at their new prices worldwide today.
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