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Apple iPod Touch 32 Go
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Apple iPod Touch 32 Go

Portable MP3 Player from Apple belonging to the iPod Touch series.

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Hatsubai Hatsubai

« iPhone without the phone functions »

Publié le 06/06/11 à 16:27
The Apple iPod Touch is a phone-less version of the famous iPhone. It features most of the features the iPhone has, but the lack of a phone chip gives it extra room to throw in some more storage space. This is a device for those who already have a smart phone and don’t need the iPhone as it’ll just be a waste of money in the long run.

The iPod Touch is now on its fourth generation. It has gone through tons of different versions and upgrades, and the latest one seems to be the best of the best. This current generation features up to 64 GB of storage space, Apple’s special 326 ppi display, the A4 chip that’s inside of the iPhone running at 800 MHz, 802.11n wireless, the gyroscope, a microphone, a front camera and a rear camera.

The iPod Touch has all the great features that the iPhone has, minus the actual phone feature. To me, this makes the device much more enticing as the last few models felt a bit too gimped. The main thing people are going to be looking at would be getting either this + another phone or getting an iPhone. Keep in mind that the iPhone will cost you around 2 grand after the contract has ended.

To me, the iPod Touch is the model you should go with if you already have a phone and are looking for a device to hold your music. I prefer this over the regular iPod Classic as it’ more versatile and shock proof. The people who go gaga over the iPod Classic are simply those who don’t know how to properly manage their libraries. I have well over 200 GB, and I have no issues fitting the songs I want to listen to on my device. Sure, you won’t sync your entire library, but it’s not needed. It becomes overwhelming and unnecessary to bog it down with all that music.
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