The new iPod Touch has been entirely revamped, boasting of the same 4-inch Retina display we saw in the iPhone 5. Although the screen size has been increased to 4 inches, the width of the iPod is same as earlier, to make it easier to hold and use with one hand, the same thing we saw in the iPhone. The new Touch also comes in a variety of fun and vibrant colors. The new earpods, Lightening dock cable, iSight camera, and iOS 6 are some of the features we’ve already seen. What’s new is that an A5 chip has been included in the new iPod touch to make it run smoothly and faster than before.
Another great accessory was the iPod Touch loop, which can be attached to the back of the new iPod and makes it handy to carry and use. It also comes in matching colors of the back of the iPods. This rubberized strap, which is sold separately is firm and quite safe to carry.
And then comes the iPod Nano, which over the years has seen many changes, some good others not too good. The earlier version of the Nano which looked similar to the Shuffle with a screen has now been upgraded to a newer version supporting a larger display, and is the thinnest iPod ever made. The smooth new anodized aluminium design comes in gorgeous and hard-to-choose from colors. The new Nano also supports Bluetooth and can be paired with Bluetooth enabled headsets for a wireless music experience. Yes, we’ve seen the new Lightening cable and the new earpods!
Apple will also be donating a huge percentage of sales of their (PRODUCT) Red devices and accessories to HIV Global Fund, and has achieved the $50 million goal, which is a great charity to the community. They target at increasing the numbers to over $100 million in the next 3 years.