Last updated in July 2015, the iPod Touch has been an important entry-level category in Apple’s hardware lineup. Acting as a gateway to Apple’s ecosystem of products and services, the iPod Touch has been ideal as a secondary media consumption device, or for children who don’t need smartphones yet.
On the outside, the new iPod Touch looks very much like its predecessor. With a 4-inch display and a non-TouchID home button, the iPod Touch offers a multitude of colour options. From Silver, Space Grey, Gold, Pink, Blue and Product(Red), the iPod Touch is sure to appeal to a wide variety of tastes.
However, on the inside, the A10 Fusion chip enables twice the performance on the new iPod Touch over its predecessor. Also found on the iPhone 7, the A10 Fusion will power even the most demanding Augmented Reality (AR) applications and games.
The iPod Touch will start at SGD 299 for the entry-level 32GB option, SGD 469 for the 128GB version, topping out at SGD 639 for 256GB of storage. It is available for order on the Apple website, and will be available in stores by the end of the week.