As expected, Apple has finally flipped the switch on the launch of its new 2015 range of iPods. Adds new Nono and Shuffle colors to the list of 2015 iPod touch players, and lastly paid attention to the iPod tuch with an update was back in 2012. So today’s announcement will come as a ultimate surprise to those who want in on the iOS and Apple Music party without parting with a ton of cash for an iPhone or iPad. With the sixt generation iPod touch refresh, Apple has also introduced cosmic changes to the iPod nano and iPod shuffle for those who want ortability with minimum outlay.
Features and Specifications
iPod touch (2015)
the iPod touch 6 packs a 4-inch display, will ship with an Apple 64-bit A8 processor and comes in five stunning colours; space gray, blue, gold, pink and silver. The hardware is visually similar to the previous generation model and will have an 8-Megapixel iSight camera mounted on the rear. Consumers will be able to choose from 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB variants in any of the five colors, along with the addition to a charitable (PRODUCT) RED option. It usually uses multi-touch IPS technology and additionally includes an M8 motion coprocessor for activity tracking and of course, Apple Music is also available from within the native Music app on the media player – iPod. Connectivity options with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi‑Fi and Bluetooth 4.1, no longer has a loop attachment and comes with iOS 8.4 preinstalled for access to Apple Music and Beats 1.
The price range of the new iPod touch is as follows:
- 16GB iPod touch for $199
- 32GB iPod touch for $249
- 64GB iPod touch for $299
- 128GB iPod touch $399
The latest edition to the iPod nano line will also serve up availability in five different colors, including the gold option. The 128GB (PRODUCT)RED models will be sold exclusively through Apple. Weighing in at just 31-grams, the new nano will measure up at 76.5 x 39.6 x 5.4mm and comes with a 2.5-inch screen with multi-touch capabilities. Wireless capabilities include Bluetooth 4.0 and Nike+ support. Unfortunately, the iPod nanao may not have full access to Apple Music that the iPod touch or iPhone has, but it does serve up integrated FM Rdaio, the ability to watch TV shows and videos on the display, as well as a fantastic DJ style feature that will create a playlist from any of your favorite playingh songs list. The new iPod nano starts at just $149.
Apple alongside iPod touch and nano series, has also slightly refreshed its iPod shuffle music player. The new iPod shuffle is offered in the same 5 colors, including gold, as the iPod nano and touch and comes with approximately fifteen hours of continous battery life. The awesome VoiceOver support within the shuffle can give instant audible feedback on the artists and songs that are playing in 29 different languages. Weighs at just 12.5g the new shuffle is a portable and werable as it is felxible. The new iPod shuffle starts at just $49.
All of Apple’s new iPod devices are available to order immediately from the company’s online and physical stores. Currently ship within 1 business day on the Apple Online Store.