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No, you don’t have to check your calendars. It’s definitely 2019. That said, you’d be forgiven if you thought time had just been turned back 12 years.
Apple on Tuesday debuted the iPod Touch. Well, the seventh generation to be exact, and the first since 2015.
Apple believes the latest iteration offers users “enhancements to power, capability and communication at a remarkable price”. The iPod, perhaps less than ever, a device focussed on music.
The device is now available in 256GB, double the capacity of the previous edition. It also runs Apple’s A10 Fusion chipset, straight out of the iPhone 7.
Apple’s punting the device’s gaming prowess, AR performance, and the functionality with iOS which will also ensure users can enjoy Apple Music and other apps. Group FaceTime is also supported.
iPod Touch prices range from $199 for the 32GB model, to $399 for the 256GB
Hardware-wise, you’re still greeted by the same 4-inch display as on the previous model. It also has Apple’s customary home button and features front and rear cameras. Oh, and yes, it features a headphone jack.
As for pricing, you’re looking at a starting price of $199 for the 32GB version, $299 for the 128GB and $399 for the top of the range 256GB variant. The 64GB option is no more.
For South Africans, you’ll have to wait to buy one, but those in Australia, Canada, the UK and US, among other nations, can purchase the iPod Touch from today.
Feature image: Apple