Our favorite company (no, no longer Sony, but Apple) introduced the updated iPod touch player. The device received its first major upgrade since 2012 and acquired a 64-bit A8 processor with an M8 coprocessor that processes fitness data, an 8-megapixel camera with an f / 2.4 aperture (apparently, the same as in the iPhone 5S), video recording in FullHD resolution and slow motion, as well as support for Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1. In other words, in front of us is practically the iPhone 6, only the cellular module and Touch ID sensor are missing. Another difference is the screen: iPod touch still uses a 4-inch matrix with a resolution of 1136×640 (as in the iPhone 5 / 5C / 5S).
The cost of iPod touch in the United States depends on the amount of internal memory and is $ 199 for 16 GB, $ 249 for 32 GB, $ 299 for 64 GB and $ 399 for 128 GB. In my opinion, the 64-gigabyte model looks like an optimal purchase.