Apple iPod touch

  |   by Brighthand Staff

iPod touch can be thought of as being an iPhone without the phone. It features the same touch-based interface as Apple’s smartphone, and includes the same on-screen QWERTY keyboard. Thanks to Wi-Fi, this traditional handheld lets users browse the web in Safari, play on videos YouTube, download music from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, enter calendar events, or add new contacts. However, the iTouch (as some have called it) lacks Bluetooth.

  • Pros

    • Beautiful display
    • Nearly scratch-proof glass cover
    • Better battery life than the first generation iPod touch
    • Thousands of applications available at the App Store

  • Cons

    • Still no Bluetooth support
    • Rear cover is very prone to scratching
    • Screen susceptible to dust between each layer

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