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4G iPod Touch: Retina Display & HD Camera

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: September 2, 2010

Just moments ago, Apple unveiled the 4th generation iPod Touch which features a retina display and 2 cameras (one for FaceTime and one for HD video recording). iPod Touch 4th Generation 3.5-inch multi-touch display @ 960x640 pixel resolution 1GHz A4 chip w/ 512 MB RAM WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (802.11n is 2.4GHz only) Bluetooth 2.1 w/ EDR Three-axis Gyro Accelerometer Ambient light sensor HD 720p camera @ 30fps w/ audio VGA front-facing camera for Face Time Apple claims the new iPod Touch can do 7 hours of video playback and 40 hours of audio. With the CPU and RAM upgrade, it…

Unboxing: iPod Nano, 7th Generation

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: October 25, 2012

Along with the 5th-gen iPod Touch that we bought last week, we also got the new 7th-generation iPod Nano. It's a totally redesigned iPod that Apple created from the previous generation. The 7th gen model somewhat resembles the older 5th generation, rather than the 6th gen model because of its candy-bar form factor. What was taken from the features of the 6th gen was the touchscreen capability. The 7th-gen iPod Nano is the thinnest Nano yet and the 2.5-inch touchscreen has a resolution of 240x432 (202ppi). That's a bit bigger then the squarish screen of the 6th-gen but with a…

White iPod Touch debuts, skips the upgrade

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: October 5, 2011

Along with the announcement of the iPhone 4S, the iPod Touch also got a minor update with a new White model now included in the line-up. Sadly, there are no hardware upgrades on this one. Was hoping it would get the same specs as the iPad 2 but all they did was paint it all white. The price looks the same in the US with the 8GB model starting at $199, 32GB at $299 and the 64GB at $399. In the Apple Philippines Online Store, the figures are a bit skewed and somewhat more expensive than last year's price. iPod

Apple unveils new iPod Touch and iPod Nano

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: September 13, 2012

Aside from the iPhone 5, Apple also introduced the next generation of iPod touch and nano. Now with massive upgrades and new designs. The new iPod touch or let's say the iPod touch 5th generation is now way more powerful than its predecessor. It now has a 5 megapixel iSight camera with LED flash that can record 1080p HD videos and can shoot panoramic images, a 4-inch Retina display, dual-core A5 processors, thinner and lighter than the previous iPod touch, Siri, iOS 6, and it's all housed in an anodized aluminum body that comes in five different colors (black, raw…

6th Gen iPod Nano goes full touch-screen

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: September 2, 2010

Apple also re-designed the iPod Nano 6G and added a touch screen on a squarish form factor (reminds me of the 3rd generation fatty nano) that lends a touch of inspiration from the Shuffle two generations ago. iPod Nano 6th-generation : 1.54-inch TFT display @ 240x240 pixel resolution Multi-touch screen Accelerometer FM Radio Pedometer The Nano can last up to 24 hours of music playback but it looks like it has lost the ability to play videos, a feature that was introduced 3 generations before this one. This is probably the most radical change in a product line Apple has…

5th Gen iPod Touch: Unboxed, in the flesh

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: October 21, 2012

Bought the 5th-generation iPod Touch lst Friday night after learning that Beyond the Box was already carrying them. Although it is still in limited stocks, was able to get 32GB black/slate model for around Php16.5k. I think this is the first time that Apple introduced a lot of colors to the iPod Touch line (used to be just black and white). One of the first things you will notice when you unbox the iPod Touch 5G is how thin and light it is. At only 6.1mm thin, this is very apparent when you hold the device. So yeah, it's the…

Pre-order for 5th-Gen iPod Touch starts at Php16,490

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: September 14, 2012

The Apple Philippines Online Store has put up the iPod Touch 5G for pre-order. The price starts at Php16,490 for the 32GB model. Only the 32GB and the 64GB of the iPod Touch are now available for the 5th-generation models. For the first time, Apple has introduced more colors (aside from the white and black) -- blue, yellow, pink and the Product Red. The 32GB model will sell for Php16,490 while the 64GB model sells for Php21,990. The items are set to be shipped this October but there's no exact date. What's interesting is that Apple actually indicated how much…

iPod Touch: Up Close and Personal

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: October 9, 2007

I got my hands on the new iPod Touch yesterday. And despite some minor shortcomings, the device lives up to its hype. Check the details and shots after the jump. Two of the most attractive features of the iPod Touch for me are the wide screen video player (something you can hook up inside your car in lieu of those NextBase players) and the full featured Safari browser (which allows you to surf and comfortably read blogs via wifi without opening up your laptop or desktop computer). For a hands-on review of the iPod Touch, check out my post over…

Apple outs 16GB iPod touch with 5MP camera for $199

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: June 26, 2014

Apple recently announced its new iPod touch model with 16GB of internal storage and 5 megapixel iSight camera for $199. Looks like Apple still has no plans of introducing a new generation of its iPod touch lineup and instead released the new 16GB variant with a 5 megapixel iSight camera for just $199. The new model will replace the $299 camera-less 16GB model that was released last year. In addition, Apple also gave the rest of the iPod touches some significant discounts. The 32GB and 64GB model now cost $249 (from $299) and $299 (from $399), respectively. All iPod touch

Rumored 2012 iPod Touch to get dual-core A5 chip

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: April 10, 2012

The Apple iPod has certainly come a long way since it was introduced back in 2001. From being bulky, it has taken different shapes and sizes to cater to consumer's needs. The introduction of bigger screen and touch screen capabilities on devices such as the iPod not only made navigating through tons of music more conveniently, but also added functionalities like touch controlled gaming, internet browsing and more comfortable movie watching (just to name a few) that were previously not available on screen less PMPs (Portable Media Players). And with recent addition of two cameras and the stunning Retina display…