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  • - Flash memory 8 GB
  • - 8.89 cm (3.5") 320 x 480 pixels
  • - Audio formats supported: AAC, AIFF, MP3, WAV Headphone connectivity: 3.5 mm
  • - 32 Ω
  • - Continuous audio playback time: 36 h Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
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iPod touch 8 GB - flash memory, 3.5"
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Apple iPod touch 8 GB, 8 GB, 115 g, Black

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Apple iPod touch 8 GB. Total storage capacity: 8 GB. Continuous audio playback time: 36 h. Weight: 115 g. Product colour: Black

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:05:40
Uk has collected 127 expert reviews for Apple iPod touch 8 GB Black and the average expert rating is 84 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
84%
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 08:59:27
Apple iPod Touch is one of Apple Inc.'s magnificent iPods which puts music, video and gaming in the palm of your hand with its 8.8 cm crisp screen and 480x320 pixel resolution. Apple iPod touch can hold up to 7,000 songs and 25,000 viewable photos. One...
100%
pocketgamer.co.uk
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2011-07-30 08:59:54
If Apple made a mistake during the design and marketing of the iPod touch, it was in the name.Believe it or not, there are a lot of MP3 player alternatives to the iPod and a lot of people have never felt inclined to adopt Apples rather totalitarian ap...
80%
pocketgamer.co.uk
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2011-07-30 08:59:58
If Apple made a mistake during the design and marketing of the iPod touch, it was in the name.Believe it or not, there are a lot of MP3 player alternatives to the iPod and a lot of people have never felt inclined to adopt Apples rather totalitarian ap...
80%
macworld.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:00:01
While the touch is the most striking iPod in Apple’s range – and with its internet functions it’s the most progressive too – it initially came with some disappointments. Thankfully, Apple is starting to address the complaints. Firstly, capacity. The re...
Good Standard iPod touch features such as iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store and Safari web browsing just as welcome as ever, now includes five Internet applications; good battery performance...
Bad Video isn’t as bright as iPhone, no external volume controls or support for remote control...
Bottom line If you’re looking at the iPod touch as an either/or decision with the iPhone, at £199 for the 8GB model, the iPod touch is perhaps the better choice. Certainly with the iPhone lacking that all-important 3G functionality, it may be wise to go for an...
100%
gadgetspeak.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:05
click to enlarge The iPod Touch arrives in a fairly small package, sporting John Lennon on the front. Inside the box youll find the device itself, Apples hallmark white headphones, white USB cable, a docking adaptor to allow the Touch form factor to w...
72%
techradar.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:25
The iPod touch has something of an image problem: it looks like an iPhone, feels like an iPhone. It even includes Wi-Fi and web-surfing like the iPhone. And yet it patently isnt one - a quick look across its glass-covered fascia will tell you that muc...
Good Multi-touch interface is a blast, Its the first true video iPod, Decent sound and picture quality, Incredibly slim and light...
Bad The iPod touch is too similar to the iPhone, Contrast and viewing angle are average, Not enough storage for some, Feels like a rush job...
Bottom line The iPod touch has something of an image problem: it looks like an iPhone, feels like an iPhone. It even includes Wi-Fi and web-surfing like the iPhone. And yet it patently isnt one - a quick look across its glass-covered fascia will tell you that muc...
60%
techradar.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:28
When Apple announced the iPod touch back in September 2007, our reaction was lukewarm. Wed already used the iPhone and the touch felt like a cut-down version. Yes, we loved the touch screen with multi-touch gestures, and we swooned over the Safari WiF...
Good Product Summary iPod touch 32GB Best Price £327.23 from Afasystems.biz See more prices Key specs Price at Launch 329 | MPN MB376ZOA | Full spec For...
Bottom line When Apple announced the iPod touch back in September 2007, our reaction was lukewarm. Wed already used the iPhone and the touch felt like a cut-down version. Yes, we loved the touch screen with multi-touch gestures, and we swooned over the Safari WiF...
90%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:00:34
Apples new 32GB iPod touch very nearly lives up to the dream of the phone-less iPhone. When Apple unveiled the iPod touch our initial reaction was lukewarm. Its video wasnt as bright and defined as that of the iPhone. It offered an unnecessarily h...
Bottom line If youve held off on purchasing an iPod touch because it hasnt offered enough of the iPhones functionality or storage, it may be time to reconsider unbuckling your credit card. Granted, the display could be a bit brighter and its colour a little mo...
80%
letsgomobile.org/en
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2011-07-30 09:01:03
iPod Touch review A pple, an American company founded on April 1st, 1976, is renowned for its Macintosh computers and iPod music players. Many current music players are capable of doing a lot more than just playing music. And the latest Apple iPod touc...
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tomshardware.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:01:34
Want a Touchscreen marvel in your hands without the phone? Well you can now settle for the iPod Touch which has all the advantages of its musical interface and touch sensitive screen. This model also has the first decent video player of Apple’s range t...
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whathifi.com
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2011-07-30 09:01:43
Few products have created as much of a buzz around the office recently as the iPod Touch. Its iPhone-style, multi-touch interface is superb, letting you flick through music, video and photos with ease, and its built-in Wi-Fi makes web-browsing a breeze...
Good Amazing looks, relatively large 3.5in widescreen, excellent sound...
Bad Limited storage capacity, prone to fingerprints, hoodies might mug you for it...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:01:50
Like an iPhone without the phone. Pricey and flawed, but the screen and iTunes Store access are killer. The newest addition to Apples music player family bears a closer resemblance to the iPhone than to any other iPod. Besides not making calls, it l...
80%
alphr.com
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2011-07-30 09:02:45
Not without its impracticalities, but the touch is a simply brilliant marriage of software and hardware. The similarities between the iPhone and the touch are striking. Both have 3.5in 480 x 320 touchscreens. Both run a touchscreen version of OS X, of...
83%
techradar.com
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2011-07-30 09:02:56
Come with us as we travel back exactly one year into the past (we wont be here long; humour us). Nobody outside Apple and AT&T knows about the iPhone, and mock-ups of the fabled widescreen iPod have been circulating on the web for months. People hav...
Good Product Summary iPod touch 8GB Price at launch £269 Key specs Price at Launch 269 | MPN | Full spec For...
Bottom line This is, without doubt, one of the most desirable PMPs its been my pleasure to stroke. Its oh so sleek, beautifully designed and every interaction you have with it is satisfying - well, mostly.The key feature, aside from the quite lovely 3.5-inch dis...
100%
avreview.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:03:26
Yes ladies and gentlemen its that time again, the time when Apple introduces another breakthrough product in the form of the iPod Touch (and definitely not the iTouch as had been rumoured). Its a touch-sensitive media player that owes its sexy slim d...
80%
digitalversus.com
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2011-07-30 09:04:08
The iPhone has spilled a lot of ink for a few months now being deemed an extraordinary product, revolutionary, etc. However, in our opinion, the real winning Apple product this fall is the Touch, an iPhone « light », without telephone or camera capab...
Good Design and ergonomics, Easy handling and very intuitive navigation, Very high quality and enticing screen!, At 8mm, its very thin, Screen size...
Bad No memory extension possible. Therefore limited to 8 or 16 GB, iTunes not very practical for video conversion, Saturates a little more quickly than the best Creative and Crown players, Quality of headphones, replace them, Screen smudges easily.
100%
webuser.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:04:15
Apples products always look great, but does the iPod Touch have the substance to match the style? more...
Bottom line The sensational widescreen and internet connectivity, not to mention the status-symbol factor, make this a very desirable piece of kit. Criticism for its lack of support for third-party applications, though, is entirely justified. More Internet Devices...
88%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:04:57
As Apple iPhone fans who dont want to sign up for a new phone, we were hoping the Apple iPod touch would be the perfect compromise. Based on its specs (Wi-Fi, mobile Safari, the multitouch interface, and twice the Apple iPhones storage capacity at...
Bottom line The iPod touch is so similar to the iPhone that at first glance the two could be mistaken for one another. The real differences will become apparent in the future, but for the moment, this is a good-looking and intriguing product that will set tongues...
80%
theregister.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:05:40
Its hard to describe the Touch without constantly referring to the iPhone, so closely do the two resemble each other. The Touchs display is surrounded by black plastic, and both screen and bezel do indeed appear to be protected by a sheet of glass...
Bottom line Register Hardware wasnt excited by the new iPod Nano and the iPod Classic, but we like the iPod Touch. Its not perfect - the price is too high, and there are some niggles about its interaction with iTunes. But you cant help but be wowed by its grap...
90%
hereshow.ca
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2011-11-06 10:19:34
The iPod Touch is a very different beast compared to almost anything else on the market at the moment...
Good Slick multitouch user interface, Full mediaplayer features, Effortless connectivity and great surfing options...
Bad No voice communicatins, No "serious" apps builtin...
0%
gadgetguy.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:19:34
Alex KidmanApples finally made a revolutionary change to its iPod line - as long as you discount the iPhone - and the results are mostly good, although the comparative asking price and low battery life do detract strongly from the overall appeal of th...
Good Great touchscreen interface, good video playback, web surfing via Wi-Fi.
Bad Poor battery life, lacks features found in the iPhone.
Bottom line So is the much-hyped Touch worth your money? It really depends on what you want out of it. Its undeniable that it is, in essence, a cut-down iPhone, and if the extra features (including Bluetooth, and unsurprisingly, telephony) of the iPhone appeal, t...
80%
pcworld.co.nz
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2011-11-06 10:19:34
For iPhone-starved New Zealanders, the iPod touch looked like it was shaping up to be a decent compromise while we waited for a local release. Based on its specs – wi-fi, mobile Safari, the multi-touch interface and twice the iPhone’s storage...
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pcauthority.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:19:34
The similarities between the iPhone and the touch are striking. Both have 3.5in 480 x 320 touchscreens. Both run a touchscreen version of OS X, offering apps such as the Safari web browser and a YouTube video viewer. Both units use flash memory for sto...
83%
stuff.co.nz
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2011-11-06 10:19:35
My iPod Touch review almost didnt get written. No sooner than I announced to my flatmate that I had Apple’s iPhone without the phone in my possession she took and immediately attempted to check her email account. Luckily for me Gmail was down at the...
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smh.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 10:19:35
Dear Tooth Fairy, I am aware that rather worn adult molars are not the kind of trade goods you like to find under a chaps pillow when fulfilling fervent wishes. However, please note that I am willing to contribute my one remaining, genuine eye t...
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goodgearguide.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:19:35
We always said it was going to happen and it has been a long time coming, but finally Apples new touch screen media player, the iPod touch, has arrived and its arrived in style. Coming in a razor thin body it packs in wireless connectivity and a host...
Good Touch screen operates very well, large screen, wireless connectivity, host of features...
Bad Expensive, not much storage for video files, screen attracts fingerprints The Final Word While it may cost a pretty penny, the iPod touch is a brilliant portable media player. The touch screen operates fluidly, and wireless connectivity adds a whole ne...
Bottom line While it may cost a pretty penny, the iPod touch is a brilliant portable media player. The touch screen operates fluidly, and wireless connectivity adds a whole new level of options and features.
85%
smh.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 10:19:35
Is the new iPod Touch the best iPod ever? Were not so sure. It would have been a clearer call if Apple had been content to make the Touch just an iPhone sans phone, but the company stripped out a few handy features without any obvious reason oth...
80%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 10:19:35
Beautiful, yet expensive. And with the iPhones forthcoming release, is it worth it?...
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smarthouse.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:19:35
Forget the touch-sensitive wheel that set Apple’s iPod family apart from the rest of the music and video players in the market. The iPod Touch is here and will definitely change the way we look at portable media players. But can we afford the change...
80%
Zdnet.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:19:36
How important are third-party apps for the iPod Touch? Im not getting one til theyre available Theyd be nice but theyre not a deal breaker Not at all. Im getting/have got a Touch regardless Pfft, there are better players out there than the Touch...
Good Well just look at it. Its gorgeous, Pretty interface, Best sounding iPod ever, Bright, clear and crisp widescreen, Cover Flow...
Bad Expensive and poor value, Cant be operated blind like previous iPods, Fingerprints everywhere, and scratches on the back, Thirdparty apps locked out until Feb 2008, Lots of interface quirks...
Bottom line If the Touch is the player that you want, that you really, really want, youve probably got one already. Fence-sitters should stay there until next year when third-party apps or version 2.0 comes out.
75%
apcmag.com
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2014-03-20 03:56:52
The touch doesn't use Windows Media Player preferring to connect to Apple's iTunes software with the proprietary Apple cable.The touch's face has a single button that powers the device up and returns you to the home screen from any of the apps th...
Good Screen, Interface...
Bad Limited storage...
90%
stuff.tv
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2014-03-20 03:56:52
Video review: This is one of the sharpest bits of tech weve ever seen – its just let down by the fact that iPhone does more, and iPod Classic has more room. But frankly, even knowing that, our heart still say yes...
Good Beautiful touchscreen interface. Superb sounds and visuals. Wi-Fi works superbly...
Bad Not as good as iPhone. Relatively meagre memory. Still no movies on iTunes Store...
Bottom line This is one of the sharpest bits of tech weve ever seen – its just let down by the fact that iPhone does more, and iPod Classic has more room. But frankly, even knowing that, our heart still say yes...
100%
electronicsme.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 08:59:21
Apple iPod touch 16GBAlthough the hardware, such as the 3.5-inch wide-screen multi-touch display and the inclusion of 802.11b/g is the same as its predecessor, the best upgrade (although it may be small) is the addition of volume controls to the side o...
Bottom line In conclusion, the Apple iPod Touch gives you the best bang for your buck. You get all the tools available on the much coveted Apple iPhone, just minus the phone. If you want your mp3 player to do more for you than just play music than the Apple iPod T...
72%
wired.com
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2011-07-30 08:59:24
With its beautiful screen and Wi-Fi, the touch subtracts your computer from the song-management equation. Throw in Web browsing and this gizmo may even remove the computer from your bag. After all, why lug a laptop when you can email, surf, and downloa...
Good Movies are simply delicious on the huge, 480 x 320 screen, and it doesnt get hot during playback. So featurepacked its almost a standalone computer.
Bad Version 1.x owners have to pay for upgrade to OS 2.1. Battery life could be better, and 8 video playback stops when power dips below 10 percent.
80%
justanothermobilemonday.com
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2011-07-30 08:59:33
The final component of the iPod Touch puzzle is iTunes. Of course, this is the connection between your computer and your iPod Touch. And I will admit that this is a big reason I put off purchasing an iPhone for so long. I have never been a fan of i...
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blogcritics.org
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2011-07-30 09:00:12
Much as I grew to loathe the Apple Macs while at university, I have fallen for the iTouch faster than Romeo fell for Juliet. Having waited a long time and not bought one, my patience was rewarded by the release of the 32GB version, as the smaller memor...
0%
macworld.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:00:15
If you’ve held off on purchasing an iPod touch because it hasn’t offered enough of the iPhone’s functionality or storage, it may be time to reconsider unbuckling your credit card. Granted, the display could be a bit brighter and it...
Good Standard iPod touch features such as iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store and Safari web browsing just as welcome as ever; now includes five Internet applications; good battery performance.
Bad Video isnt as bright as iPhone; no external volume controls or support for remote control.
Bottom line If you’ve held off on purchasing an iPod touch because it hasn’t offered enough of the iPhone’s functionality or storage, it may be time to reconsider unbuckling your credit card. Granted, the display could be a bit brighter and it...
80%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:00:19
Video Review: Apples iPod touch is sleek, sexy and innovative. Coming in sizes of 8GB and 16GB, the touch looks similiar to an iPhone but is slightly thinner.
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macnews.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:22
In case you’re somehow not familiar with the touch, like the iPhone, it features a multi-touch sensitive, 3.5-inch display with 320×480 resolution. The touch is also slightly slimmer and shorter than the iPhone. Otherwise, it’s...
90%
apcmag.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:30
The touch doesn't use Windows Media Player preferring to connect to Apple's iTunes software with the proprietary Apple cable.The touch's face has a single button that powers the device up and returns you to the home screen from any of the apps th...
Good Screen, Interface...
Bad Limited storage...
90%
soundandvision.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:41
Its all been leading up to this. Airport crowds, metal detectors, ticket prices, and malodorous seat neighbors notwithstanding, now is a really good time to be a commuter. Speculation has run wild for years about potential changes to the iPod and i...
92%
Laptopmag.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:44
A sweet design combined with outstanding wireless versatility makes the iPod touch the crown jewel of portable media players.
Good Innovative multitouch interface, Speedy Web surfing and over-the-air music downloads, Gorgeous display, Very thin design...
Bad Can’t download video over the air, Lacks stereo Bluetooth...
Bottom line As with other iPods, the touch lacks a user-replaceable battery, a memory expansion port, and stereo Bluetooth (a shame in such a mediacentric device), but with such an artful design and excellent performance, those are forgivable flaws. The iPod touch...
90%
Bjorn3d.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:54
Apple long has had the MP3-market in its firm hands. Ever since the first iPod was released they somehow have managed to win the hearts of millions of customers even if their players never have been at the technological forefront. A big part of the su...
90%
LordPercy.com
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2011-07-30 09:00:57
When it comes to Apple products there are two distinct camps, those that think they all "rock" and those who wonder if they are buying a lot of brand value as opposed to real solid functionality. So when a new device like the Apple iPod touch comes alo...
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techtree.com
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2011-07-30 09:01:07
I had mentioned earlier in my Apple iPod Nano review about the iPod taking the world over by storm. It brought some innovative features to the table. In mid-June of 2007, the world witnessed another marvel from Apple -- the iPhone. Touted as the "Inven...
Good Great screen, Innovative multi-touch user interface, Excellent video quality, Good audio quality, Near-complete Internet device, Usable even when charging via USB.
Bad No Mass Storage mode, Complete iTunes dependency, Minor software flaws, No support for popular video formats.
Bottom line Heres again where Ill start lamenting about the whole iTunes dependency that all the iPods users face. And its even worse for the Touch. For the other iPods, I could at least find alternative software to transfer my media, but apparently all those...
80%
Digitaltrends.com
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2011-07-30 09:01:17
Its no surprise that Apple has been on a screaming rampage of success with its gorgeous, high tech products these last few years. Every new release seems to cast a heavy shadow over its predecessor. This is certainly the case with the new iPod touch...
Good Excellent audio quality, Sexy design, Visual interface far, far ahead of competition, Beautiful & crisp 3.5" LCD screen, Multi-touch touch-screen technology, Built-in Wi-Fi for web browsing and music purchasing, Greatly improved battery life...
Bad No expansion slot for additional memory, No flash drive function, No wireless syncing with iTunes...
Bottom line Aside from a couple minor limitations, the 16GB iPod touch is truly amazing. Its one of those products that probably has competitors in frantic states of insomnia, burning right through their R&D budgets trying to keep up. The iPod touch is gorgeo...
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Digitaltrends.com
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2011-07-30 09:01:21
Its no surprise that Apple has been on a screaming rampage of success with its gorgeous, high tech products these last few years. Every new release seems to cast a heavy shadow over its predecessor. This is certainly the case with the new iPod touch...
Good Excellent audio quality, Sexy design, Visual interface far, far ahead of competition, Beautiful & crisp 3.5" LCD screen, Multi-touch touch-screen technology, Built-in Wi-Fi for web browsing and music purchasing, Greatly improved battery life...
Bad No expansion slot for additional memory, No flash drive function, No wireless syncing with iTunes...
Bottom line Aside from a couple minor limitations, the 16GB iPod touch is truly amazing. Its one of those products that probably has competitors in frantic states of insomnia, burning right through their R&D budgets trying to keep up. The iPod touch is gorgeo...
85%
tomsguide.com
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2011-07-30 09:01:27
The quality of the new iPods’ screens are excellent, while each one has its unique advantages. With a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels and a screen (diagonal) size of 3.5", the Touch allows for comfortable viewing. The Nano has a 2" screen with a resolu...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
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2011-07-30 09:01:37
Apple may have refreshed its entire iPod family with a brand new look, but make no mistake - its all about the new iPod touch. When this little bundle of joy finally reached our hands, Gollum impressions of "m were not uncommon. Basically an iPh...
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tech2.com
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2011-07-30 09:02:00
Good news! After a long wait we finally got hold of the iPod Touch. Apples behavior was strange indeed when it announced the launch of the Touch in September – it didnt release a single piece in the country. The gray market is abundant with re...
Good Sleek design, Fast interface, High on interactivity, Good sound, Wi-fi enabled, Impressive coverflow...
Bad Can be managed only through iTunes, Battery life a bit iffy while viewing videos...
Bottom line Good news! After a long wait we finally got hold of the iPod Touch. Apples behavior was strange indeed when it announced the launch of the Touch in September – it didnt release a single piece in the country. The gray market is abundant with re...
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maclife.com
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2011-07-30 09:02:04
The iPod touch is primarily a media player. Everything else is gravy. In our first look at the iPod touch last month (Nov/07, p68), we said that it’s basically a phoneless iPhone. It turns out that the iPod touch is even less than a phoneless iPho...
Good Nice screen. Innovative interface. Access to iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store.
Bad Can’t edit calendar. No volume control on device. No games. No email. Missing some apps found on the iPhone. Reports of display problems with earlyshipping units.
Bottom line As a media player, the iPod touch won’t disappoint you, but when you hold one in your hands, it’s hard not to think that the device could’ve offered more. Perhaps Apple will add new features with software updates...
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Howstuffworks.com
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2011-07-30 09:02:11
The Apple iPod touch is a shining example of what a true portable media player should be like. It earns a Best Buy from us, despite being somewhat expensive, for its touchscreen interface as well as the audio and video playback quality.The iPod touch i...
Good Beautiful design, great audio/video quality, touchscreen interface...
Bad Screen smudges, pricey, slight learning curve...
Bottom line The Apple iPod touch is a shining example of what a true portable media player should be like. It earns a Best Buy from us, despite being somewhat expensive, for its touchscreen interface as well as the audio and video playback quality.The iPod touch...
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pdastreet.com
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2011-07-30 09:02:18
The long-awaited Wi-Fi-enabled iPod is finally here, but its taken a different form from what most of us would have guessed. The iPod touch doesnt resemble a classic iPod at all, but is instead a stripped-down, slimmed-down iPhone. While having Wi-Fi...
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wi-fiplanet.com
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2011-07-30 09:02:21
Product: Apple iPod touch...
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Businessweek.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:02:28
The Good: Built-in Wi-Fi for music downloads and Web access; large screen The Bad: No built-in speaker; no dedicated volume button for music The Bottom Line: Better iPods are available, but not with wireless music downloads and mobile Web access...
Good Built-in Wi-Fi for music downloads and Web access; large screen...
Bad No built-in speaker; no dedicated volume button for music...
Bottom line Better iPods are available, but not with wireless music downloads and mobile Web access...
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macnews.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:03:09
I’ve often said that I had no desire to watch videos of any length on an iPod due to the small screen size. That’s changed, at least to a point, with the release of the iPod touch. I’ll still use my MacBook as a portable DVD player. Howe...
85%
sciuridae.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:03:12
Hot on the heals of the iphone comes the new Apple Ipod Touch - taking the portable media player to the next level - with an amazing touch-screen and wi-fi connectivity. Playing both music and video, could the Ipod Touch be the best Ipod ever? Out of t...
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trustedreviews.com
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2011-07-30 09:03:49
A few years back anyone who took even the slightest interest in computers was regarded with sniggering suspicion and treated as a figure of fun. To employ a much-overused term, they were seen as 'geeks': a group of hairy, unwashed, pimply, young and middl...
Bottom line Of course you can dismiss the touch as an over-priced gimmick - and many people will, justifiably. Its sound quality isn't the greatest in the world and just 16GB of storage space in a device costing £265 will be more than many technological spendthrifts...
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brighthand.com
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2011-07-30 09:03:53
Its multitouch screen gives the user more control over the device, allowing for a more natural input without the need for a stylus commonly seen on other touchscreen devices. With the slide of one or more fingers across the screen users can enter text...
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stuff.tv
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2011-07-30 09:04:18
Video review: This is one of the sharpest bits of tech weve ever seen – its just let down by the fact that iPhone does more, and iPod Classic has more room. But frankly, even knowing that, our heart still say yes...
Good Beautiful touchscreen interface. Superb sounds and visuals. Wi-Fi works superbly...
Bad Not as good as iPhone. Relatively meagre memory. Still no movies on iTunes Store...
Bottom line This is one of the sharpest bits of tech weve ever seen – its just let down by the fact that iPhone does more, and iPod Classic has more room. But frankly, even knowing that, our heart still say yes...
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v3.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:04:22
Touch-screen, wireless networking: what cant the new iPod do?...
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mobilitytoday.com
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2011-07-30 09:04:25
iPod touch features the same interface as iPhone. Built to take full advantage of the 3.5-inch display, the multi-touch interface lets you control everything using only your fingers. You can glide through albums with Cover Flow, flick through photos an...
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allthingsd.com
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2011-07-30 09:04:32
In the hyper-competitive world of consumer electronics, it’s highly unusual for one branded product to dominate its market for years on end. Yet, that’s what Apple’s iPod media player, now approaching its sixth anniversary, has managed t...
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laptoplogic.com
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2011-07-30 09:04:45
Read Laptop Logics hands-on review of the iPhone sans phone - the iPod touch.
Good Beautiful and big widescreen display, MultiTouch interface, True web browsing via WiFi, YouTube!, iTunes WiFi Store, Thin and light, Battery life...
Bad Limited storage space, Expensive, No dedicated Volume controls, Where are the other apps/widgets??, Can’t create events in Calendar, Halfassed iPhone design, Chrome metal backing...
Bottom line Sorry, model not included. The iPod touch proves to be a wonderful piece of technology. It’s well designed…okay, so maybe it really is just an iPhone with the phone components taken out. But that’s not a bad thing as the interface...
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macintouch.com
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2011-07-30 09:04:49
Apples new iPod Touch is a little confusing. It looks just like an iPhone, but its not a phone and it lacks other iPhone features, such as a camera and Bluetooth. And, while the iPod Touch neither looks nor acts anything like a traditional iPod &ndash...
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brighthand.com
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2011-07-30 09:04:53
Right off the bat the iPod touch was simple to set up and synchronize with my computer. Unlike older models that you could start playing with out of the box, the iPod touch requires you to connect it to your computer before you can start playing around...
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appleinsider.com
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2011-07-30 09:05:01
The iPod Touch delivers an advanced new generation of the iPod using technology developed for the iPhone. However, its not an "iPhone without the phone," and that reality is likely to upset lots of users who want it to be. For everyone else, the new...
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arstechnica.com
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2011-07-30 09:05:05
$299 (8GB), $399 (16GB) (shop for this 8GB or 16GB model)The moment the iPhone first saw the light of day, observers wondered how long it would take before a redesigned iPod based on the iPhone form factor followed. The answer, as it turned out, was ab...
Good Slim profile, lightweight iTunes Store well implemented 3.5" display is great for video Snappiness of UI Built-in web browser WiFi support iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store delivers...
Bad No e-mail client Lack of ability to edit calendar items Screen quality isnt as good as that of the iPhone Negative black effect may be more than an isolated problem Only 16GB of storage means I have to leave some of my music at home Cant use 802.11b/...
Bottom line Apple has once again set the bar high for the competition. When the original iPod came out, it revolutionized consumer expectations for how a digital audio player should perform and what the UI should look like. In the years since then, the competition...
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ilounge.com
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2011-07-30 09:05:19
New! Jump to Any Page of This Review: Page 1 - Introducing the iPod touchPage 2 - iPod touch Unboxed: The Hardware and its Pack-InsPage 3 - A Few Notes on New Technologies Inside, and AbsentPage 4 - Comparative Battery, Capacity, and Transfer Rate De...
Good Apple’s first iPod-branded device with a widescreen display, wireless Wi-Fi antenna, and icon-based touchscreen interface, offered at a lower price than the company’s same-capacity iPhone. Includes iPhone-style music, video, photo, and we...
Bad Feels less like a flagship iPod than an intentionally stripped down iPhone, with diminished cosmetics, interface and features. Noticeably downgraded screen exhibits problems such as inverted blacks and dead pixels, which detract from video viewing expe...
Bottom line A Note From the Editors of iLounge: Though all products and services reviewed by iLounge are "final," many companies now make changes to their offerings after publication of our reviews, which may or may not be reflected above. This iLounge a...
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mp3.com
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2011-07-30 09:05:25
The Apple iPod Touch has a large, video-worthy screen, a cutting-edge interface, and Wi-Fi Internet and music download capabilities.
Good The Apple iPod Touch has a large, video-worthy screen, a cutting-edge interface, and Wi-Fi Internet and music download capabilities.
Bad The iPod Touch may cost too much for you, depending on your needs. It has a small capacity for a portable video player.
Bottom line The iPod Touch is a beautiful product, inside and out. Unfortunately, its lean capacity keeps it from reigning as king of the iPods.
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tuaw.com
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2011-07-30 09:05:29
PC Magazine has given the iPod Touch a 5/5 score and their Editors Choice award. High praise even from a definitely non-Apple source. Tom Gideon calls it "a thing of beauty," and says its the best iPod ever. Well, no duh.He does say a major drawback...
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pcmag.com
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2011-07-30 09:05:32
Editors Note(1/22/08): PC Magazine originally reviewed the iPod Touch on 9/12/2007. We have updated this review to reflect changes made to the product since the original review. When the iPhone came out in June, many people (including me) loved it...
Good Beautiful multi-touch display. WiFi access. Buy music via WiFi. Excellent user interface. Browser is a delight. Easy to use e-mail program. Access to YouTube content. Thinner than iPhone.
Bad Cant purchase video via WiFi. Earbuds suck.
Bottom line With an excellent interface and elegant design, the iPod touch is simply the best portable media player ever made. Recent updates only make it even better...
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fonearena.com
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2014-06-13 07:30:48
Spot poll: Who doesn’t like some new gear, especially when the new pieces of bling sport the bitten fruit logo ‘round the back? This week, A Byte of Apple takes a long hard look (see our Exclusive Photo gallery as well) at the 2010 lineup of iPods – t...
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