Apple announces price cuts on its Touch devices, and an upgrade for the cheapest Touch model. The iPod Touch features a touchscreen, WiFi access to the Internet and Apple’s App Store and a music player. The least expensive iPod Touch, which comes with 16 GB of storage, now costs $199. Apple adds a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and new color options. The price of the 32 GB iPod Touch drops from $299 to $249, and the price of the 64 GB iPod Touch drops from $399 to $299. The new iPod touch is now available in the US and will be available worldwide “in the coming days”.
Lowers iPod Touch price
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