Apple Starts Shipping New iPod Touch

Apple has started to ship the fifth-generation iPod Touch to consumers as well as retail stores.

A notice received by a GigaOM writer in Pennsylvania confirmed October 9 as the shipping date from China and October 15 as the estimated delivery date.

The fifth generation iPod Touch, which was revealed alongside the iPhone 5, features the same 4-inch 1136 x 640 Retina display, as well as the same dual core chip powering the iPhone 4S and a 5 megapixel camera capable of capturing full HD 1080p video footage.

With the launch if the new iPod Touch, Apple has released the device's user guide. It's available for free through iTunes, with the e-book spanning 138 pages.

The iPod Touch is available in six colors, with the 32GB model costing $299 and $399 for the 64GB model.

 

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  • greghome
    YEA!!!!!
    NEW IPHONE 5 WITH NO CALL FUNCTION........

    might as well get a Samsung Galaxy S3 or at least an actual iPhone ........ :/
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  • amuffin
    greghomeYEA!!!!!NEW IPHONE 5 WITH NO CALL FUNCTION........might as well get a Samsung Galaxy S3 or at least an actual iPhone ........

    Well it's like getting the Iphone just without paying data. :P
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  • nieur
    $399 for that product?
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