Tag: iPod touch

Apple launches new, faster iPod touch

Yesterday, on Tuesday this week Apple announced that a new 7th generation iPod touch is out. Main features are that it is now based on the iPhone 7 internals as opposed to the iPhone 6 with the last model – from 2015. What’s new? The new iPod touch shares a lot of the same components as the last two models, with the 5th generation from 2012 and the 6th generation […]

Apple releases iOS 10.3.1 with additional bug fixes and security enhancements

Today Apple has released a small patch for the recently released iOS 10.3 update, the update released brings back the support for the 32-bit devices – i.e the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c. In the release notes provided with the update, Apple just specifies that this update includes bug fixes and improves the security of your device. Also in Apple’s security document, it also notes that iOS 10.3.1 fixes a […]

iPod touch as a fitness device?

So in July this year, Apple surprised us with the launch of the 6th generation iPod touch with the latest A8 processor from the iPhone 6. The last device was released back in 2012 alongside the iPhone 5, it had the A5 chip from the iPhone 4s and decent specs for time, but could the iPod be used for a fitness device? History Back when the iPod was in it’s […]

Brand new iPod touch launches, 6x faster and new colours

As rumoured last week some readers of MacRumors found images of potential new iPod models with the launch of iTunes 12 – and now they have been launched. Last week we reported that a image of new colours for the iPod lineup was spotted in iTunes 12 when setting up a new iPod or restoring a device – it was speculated that the devices would be updated on the 14th July as on […]