iPod Touch Gets New Colors, Cheaper Price


Everything old is new again.
Two years after Apple released its last iPod touch, the Cupertino tech giant has announced colorful new versions of the next-generation device for up to $100 cheaper. The updated models debut in the U.S. on Thursday.
The 16GB iPod touch — which previously sold for $229 and is now priced at $199 — features a rear-facing 5 MP iSight camera, 1080p high-definition video capabilities and comes in new colors: red, pink, blue, gray, silver and yellow. Meanwhile, other iPod Touch models get a nice price cut too: the 32GB version is now $249 (down from $299) and the 64GB model is $299 (previously, $399).
All three models run on iOS 7, but will be eligible for upgrade to iOS 8 in the fall.

The announcement follows Google I/O keynote on Wednesday, during which Apple's Silicon Valley rival introduced a number of tech gadgets, including a new Samsung smartwatch that runs on Android Wear and Google Fit.

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