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July 08, 2014

Apple adds 5MP rear iSight camera on the 5th Gen iPod Touch 16GB, now retails for Php11,690

Apple has not made any significant upgrades on the iPod Touch since the company unveiled the iPod Touch 5th Gen back in September 2012. Recently though, the Cupertino-based firm has quietly added a 5MP iSight camera on the back of the 16GB version of the iPod Touch 5th Gen which was noticeably missing on the first model.

On top of giving the 16GB model a rear camera, Apple has also dropped its SRP down to Php11,690. The same goes for the 32GB and 64GB models which both received a generous price cut and now only retails for Php14,690 and Php17,690 respectively.

You can nab any of these discounted Apple iPod Touch 5th Gen by heading over to Apple’s local online store. And if you need more insights on this media player, you can also check out our full review here.

11 Responses to “Apple adds 5MP rear iSight camera on the 5th Gen iPod Touch 16GB, now retails for Php11,690”

  1. Easy E says:

    Dahil hindi nabebenta o dahil may bagong lalabas? Buy a bluetooth simcard adapter + ipod touch 5th gen = almost iphone.

  2. Carl says:

    I’m confused here, on the 2012 yugatech review, the iPod Touch 5th Gen already has the 5mp iSight camera.

  3. Leo says:

    Matagal ng may 5mp camera ang iPod Touch… Parang hindi naman yun yung bagong feature nya.

    • Ronnie Bulaong
      Twitter: TuronBulaong

      Yes and no. The 32GB and 64GB models came with a 5MP camera right off the bat. Meanwhile the 16GB version, which was released 8 months after the 32GB/64GB models were unveiled, doesn’t have a rear camera.

  4. Name: says:

    d’hell with apple’s pricing??!! you can buy a 32 gig version for around 11-13k from some stores complete w/ apple warranty

  5. kixmachine says:

    Battery life sucks! I sold mine after a month during its release last October 2012.

  6. archie says:

    Not relevant in present time. You can buy smartphone/mp3 player/porn viewer for that price. That’s the technology’s problem for manufacturers, fast gadget obsolescence.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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