Built-in speakers, Built-in camera, Remote control
Weather proof (moisture/dust)
Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
Memory card reader
Operating system (latest version)
Apple iOS 9
Battery life (running)
Rechargeable battery (enclosed/integrate
4.1 of 5 stars
Based on 8 reviews
Bought a used 64GB and stuffed my entire music collection in it. Works well to flow to my amp and easy to use it as a mail client and soffsurfande and various apps.
Really good screen with a nice tactile feel and navigation. I bought a plastic shell to it via ebay for a tenner and it made it much more comfortable to hold and I drop it where slipperiness as it has without the shell.
I am 100% happy with it!
I have had an ipod for almost one year. I think Apple is really good at doing the ipod Touch.
Using it in conjunction with ADL X1 and Sennheiser Momentum. Winning combo ...
Aside from an ipod generation 1 that I did not like this is my first Apple product for a year now and it is by far my favorite gadget. Using the most to listen to podcasts on which is very smooth with the right app. All locations in a large city have wifi nowadays so often it becomes my Surf Gear with, this way I can keep the batteries all day to my smartphone :). The sound quality is fine on it, had maybe wanted a little more power output. The battery is a monster, you can play nearly all day when I work and still have battery left until late in the evening, do not believe the battery has died only once in a day.
BIG minus for itunes though.
Have had my iPod Touch for almost a year but then I also own an iPhone 5 it is not used very often. I especially like that it is so thin but the range is limited as it only has Wifi. Now that the price has been reduced on the iPad Mini, I can not see why you should buy an iPod Touch when the former is so much more affordable. That said, the iPod Touch is a bad product.