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What’s New in the 2014 iPod touch

26 June 2014 100 views No Comment

Today, the Cupertino, California-based maker of all things cool rolled the 2014 iPod touch, which brings a better camera and lower prices for all.

Apple just keeps dealing out lower prices and that is a very good thing™. Today, the Cupertino, California-based maker of all things cool rolled the 2014 iPod touch, which brings a better camera and lower prices for all.

Last year’s iPod touch update saw a single change, which saw the black models transitioned from black to “Space Gray.” Really, Apple?

The 2014 iPod touch refresh is somewhat more adventurous, but only just. Specifically, the 2012 entry-level version ($229) came in one color while also lacking a rear-facing camera and loop connector.

The immediately available 2014 iPod touch includes a very capable 5MP rear-facing camera as well as the longed-for loop connector. This new entry-level model also comes in colors — pink, yellow, blue, silver, space gray and (PRODUCT) RED — and is priced at $199 (16GB).

The 2014 iPod touch also comes in 32GB ($249) and 64GB ($299) versions with the very same base specs (ie front/rear cameras, A5 processor, 512MB RAM, colors, etc) in all three models.

See also: Refurbished iPod Touch Prices Slashed, from $149

Cheaper 2014 Apple

So far this year, in addition to the 2014 iPod touch, the mothership has introduced and shipped cheaper MacBook Airs (from $899) and a lower-cost iMac ($1,099) configuration.

Not earth shaking price reductions, mind you, but spending less on Apple branded gear never sucks.

So, is Apple finished discounting? If not, what product’s price is next for the chopping block?

Via: Apple

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