New iPod Touch announced by Apple, First in 4 Years


Apple has announced their latest version of the iPod Touch, with a refreshing first new update since 2015. It was only a matter of time before an update was due, as the older models have become somewhat dated. Apple have now introduced a brand new and improved model that includes a whole range of features that have not been available on the iPod before.

The look of 7th-generation iPod Touch remains similar to its previous model in some ways with a physical home button, 4-inch display and front-facing 1.2-megapixel camera and 8-megapixel rear camera. The new iPod Touch does have some fresh new colors, the option to add twice as much storage than before up to 256GB, and the ability to support group FaceTime calls. You can also enjoy an amazing gaming experience for Arcade subscriptions with the new augmented reality (AR) technology.

In a statement from Greg Joswiak, Apple’s marketing vice president, the upgraded chip in the new iPod touch means that this product will work “twice as fast as before” as it has the same A10 fusion chip as the iPhone 7, where the old 2015 iPod model only ran on an A8 chip.

The new iPod touch starts at $199 for the 32GB storage option, $299 for the 128GB option and up to $399 for the 256GB option. You can order it online today on