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.