The iPod touch is Apple's dedicated music player, but it does more than just play music. You can think of it as an iPhone without cellular or a really small iPad. It does everything an iPhone or iPad does, including support apps and games, send and receive text messages (over wi-fi) and even make and receive phone calls (using Continuity). With the latest processor chip, it can handle graphics-heavy AR games. It comes in 23GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options.
The iPod touch product page is no longer available in a number of countries and instead redirects to the Apple Support website.
Less than 24hrs after it was discontinued, the iPod Touch is starting to sell out in some capacities.
It's essential to get a portable charger for your new iPod touch. Here are some of our favorites to get the job done.
An unreleased iPod touch with chamfered edges and a 30-pin Dock Connector has appeared in a new tweet by a known leaker.
According to a new report from MacRumors, Apple is adding the 7th generation iPod nano to its list of Vintage and Obsolete products.
According to new photos of a 3rd generation iPod Touch prototype, Apple considered adding a centered rear-facing camera to the device.
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