Apple Releases Budget Friendly 16GB iPod Touch Model



ipod touch 620x458 Apple Releases Budget Friendly 16GB iPod Touch Model



If you were holding out hope for the iPod Touch to go down a little in price, there’s good news and bad news. The good news is that a budget iPod Touch is indeed now available. The bad news is that you’ll need to sacrifice a few features to get it.

The new iPod Touch still runs on the dual-core A5 chip, and still has a 4” Retina display. Instead, this one takes a cut in the storage department – essentially, Apple is just offering a 16 GB model of the same iPod Touch they released last year. There is one other big omission, though – there will be no rear-facing camera on this 16 GB model, although the same front-facing camera will still be there. The lack of a rear-facing camera makes the 16 GB model even thinner, not that it really needed to be.

And, one last caveat – this one, for now, is only available in black. The good news, then, is the price point – $230, up against $300 for the 32 GB iPod Touch. After all, it still has the key iPod Touch features – it’s thin, made of aluminum, plays music, and runs iOS on a Retina display. That might be all some people need.

Via The Loop