Apple have announced their first new iPod since 2015, a new iPod touch.
The tech giant, who recently announced their phasing out of iTunes, The latest version improves the processor to an A10 fusion chip, which is the processor used for the iPhone 7, along with 256GB of storage. These are the only hardware changes made to the previous iPod touch, released four years ago i.e. it will have the four-inch display and home button.
The A10 processor enables faster performance, as well as new features for the latest touch, including group Facetime calls and augmented reality applications. The 256GB model will cost £399.
Read about Apple Music's recently launched 'Preferred Distribution Programme' here.
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