Apple Debuts New iPod Touch 4G

Gizmodo gets our award for the most succinct and comprehensive coverage of Apple’s newly announced iPod Touch 4G. The device is available now for pre-order and begins shipping four weeks from today.

Here are the feature highlights of the iPod Touch 4G:
  • It has the iPhone’s Retina Display, a 3.5-inch IPS-based that has a razor-sharp 326ppi resolution. That’s 960 x 640 pixels.
  • It can record 720p high definition video and take photos with its back camera.
  • It can FaceTime with other iPod touches and iPhone 4s, using its front camera.
  • It runs at the same speed of the iPhone 4, using the same Apple A4 chip.
  • It incorporates the same 3-axis gyroscope of the iPhone 4, which makes motion tracking more precise than just the accelerometer.
  • It will have iOS 4.1 built-in.
  • It has a built-in speaker and microphone.

Essentially, the iPod Touch 4G is like an iPhone 4 without the phone.

According to Apple’s website, three models are available with the following pricing:

  • 8GB for $229
  • 32GB for $299
  • 64GB for $399

Read the rest of the Gizmodo guide to the iPod Touch 4 here.

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