Today’s Apple event was all about the iPhone 5 (for some) and what he bring sush as a features. And no the Cupertino company has also announced the new, 5’th-generation iPod Touch and the brand new iPod Nano.
The new iPod Touch has the same display used in the new iPhone 5 – a 4-inch Retina display (1136 x 640 resolution at 326 ppi) with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood of the iPod Touche we have a A5 chip inside, which is the same (as in the iPhone 4S) that Apple says it provide up to seven times faster graphics than previous gen iPod Touch. The 5’th generation of the iPod Touch has a 5MP backside-illuminated sensor and a bright f/2.4 lens. With this new camera now you have the ability to shoot videos up to 1080p that include a bunch of cool features such as image stabilization and panorama shooting.
In the Connectivity side, the new iPod Touch will feature, Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11 a/b/g/n and support for AirPlay mirroring. In addition to that Siri is now support the iPod Touch. The new iPod Touch weighs 88g, and just 6.1mm thick and comes with an improved battery rated for 40 hours of music playback or 8 hours of video.
Inside the new iPod Touch’s box, you’ll find Apple’s new EarPods. While the previous generation was available in only black or white, now Apple are launching the iPod Touch in variant colors such as – pink, yellow, blue, white, silver, black, and slate.
Finally the iPod Touch will start in Pre-orders on September 14, and will available in stores starting from October, and will comes in 32GB and 64GB varieties retailing for 299$ and 399$, respectively.
The iPod Nano will have some improvement as well, the seven Nano generation is now 5.4mm thick, which is 38-percent thinner than the previous gen.
Other specs are the 2.5-inch, (240 x 432) multitouch screen that include a physical button below, it has a pedometer, FM tuner with enhanced playback control functionality and Bluetooth radio. The new Nano gathers as well the new Lightning dock connector of the iPhone 5. The battery will go for up to 30 hours of media playback.
The 7’th iPod Nano gen will be available in a single 16GB version only, and will cost 149$ and to be available in a total of 7 colors.
Source : Apple