Ahead the WWDC 2019, Apple made a surprise declaration for its four-year old iPod touch. Apple is reviving the iPod touch with the A10 Fusion chip that powers the iPhone 7 series. There is likewise a new 256GB storage variant that sits next to the current 32GB and 128GB storage models. Rest of the iPod touch is actually the equivalent with the thick chin design, a Home button, and the old cameras.
The iPod touch costs Rs 18,900 for the 32GB model, Rs 28,900 for the 128GB model, and Rs 38,900 for the high-end 256GB model in India. iPod touch comes in space grey, white, gold, blue, pink and (PRODUCT)RED colors. It will be accessible crosswise over online and offline retailers in India however the launch date has not been announced.
With the A10 Fusion, the iPod touch gets performance abilities comparable to those of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Apple says the updated chip will bring “improved performance in games”. iPod touch presently supports Augmented Reality applications and games, alongside Group FaceTime with the updated hardware.
Recently, Apple declared its gaming service called Apple Arcade and it is ensuring the greater part of its products are capable for the service. Yet, past that, there is no change to the iPod touch. The 4-inch display is still there; there is no update to the cameras. Curiously, the Home button is flawless that most Apple clients still love. Almost certainly, the iOS version of the next few generations will be supported.