128 GB Apple iPod touch released in colorful options
iTunes 12.2 update brought with itself a few hints on the re-launch of Apple iPod and that speculation has lived-up to the expectation. Apple has officially introduced the new line-up of iPod models in colorful options including space gray, silver, gold, pink and blue. The new portable iPod touch has a HD 8 megapixel iSight camera and an A8 chip which lends the portable music player 10 times more intensive graphics and for fitness tracking capability there is M8 motion co-processor. The A8 chip is the same as the one used in iPhone 6, so you can expect some intense gaming action on your iPod.
As for the music, this new line-up is tailor-made for enjoying Apple Music that comes with an advanced processing algorithm to sort all your music needs. The new iPod touch has a 4-inch Retina display which serves your video and movie collection very well. Talking about the FaceTime HD camera capability, you can expect to click beautiful selfies and also record slo-mo videos.
Talking about iPod nano and shuffle models, there is no change in the hardware, it’s just the color that gets an upgrade. The iPod touch 16 GB model will be priced at $199, 32 GB at $249, 64 GB at $299 and for the first time a 128 GB model will also come at $399. You can check-out all the color options and order it right away from the Apple store.