Apple today discharged another iPod Touch with A10 fusion chip that supports group FaceTime and improved enlarged augmented reality capacities.
The remainder of the gadget is unaltered, similar to the past age iPod Touch, however, it’s as yet pleasant to see it get refreshes. The new, more incredible powerful chip will give individuals a chance to play the most recent games and utilize the freshest iOS features.
“We’re making the most affordable iOS device even better with a performance that is twice as fast as before, Group FaceTime and augmented reality starting at just $199,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s vice president of Product Marketing.
This is the first time Apple’s updated the iPod Touch since 2015, and yet, there’s no FaceID or TouchID; maybe just to be cost-efficient.
Here’s the pricing for all versions:
- 32GB: $199/ Rs 18,900/ £199
- 128GB: $299/ Rs 28,900/ £299
- 256GB: $399/ Rs 38,900/ £399
The new iPod Touch will be available from today. It’s quite disappointing that Apple didn’t upgrade anything but the chip.
They could’ve included a new screen and better speakers to make it a more attractive buy. Probably, you’re better off buying an entry-level iPad at $329.