Apple refreshed its iPod Touch after almost four years and announced the updated version of the iPod Touch with the company’s A10 Fusion chip (which is found in the iPhone 7) and also a new option of choosing the 256GB version.
This is the first update to the Apple iPod Touch since July 2015 when the iPod Touch Sixth Generation was released.
The design and body of the updated iPod are still the same: it has the same bezel 4-inch display, home button, and cameras but the new A10 Fusion chip brings in more power to the iPod Touch which can now support Group FaceTime calls and Apple’s ARKit to run augmented reality apps.
Apple displayed some images of the new iPod Touch with the new functions to be added to the updated version of the device with the new A10 Fusion chip. Apple displayed some features of the iPod Touch with the Apple Arcade, the upcoming gaming platform of Apple.
The iPod Touch is now available in six colors; space gray, white, gold, blue, pink and Red (Product).
The new iPod touch starts at $199 (US) for the 32GB model, $299 (US) for the 128GB model and $399 (US) for the 256GB model from apple.com, in the Apple Store app and Apple Stores and is available to order from today in US, UK, most of the Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the UAE.
Availability in other countries has not been announced yet.