The iPod touch in gold.
The iPod touch is also getting a new 256 GB storage option to address those customers who have a few extra music files they need to save. The design has not changed much, but the iPod Touch seventh-generation will now support Group FaceTime calls, as well as the company's ARKit, augmented reality apps.
Apple Arcade will be pre-installed in Fall.
The new iPod touch starts at $199 for the 64GB model, $299 for the 128GB and $399 for the 256GB model.
The long forgotten iPod Touch, which last came in 2015, has been finally upgraded by Apple today.
The screen remains 4-inches in size with a 1136 x 640 resolution. There is fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating as well.
For those who don't want an iPhone, the iPod touch was always likely to be a low-priced option, but given the starting price of $199 this isn't what anyone would call cheap. Fortunately, because it's so old, it does have a headphone jack. The volume rocker keys are on the left.
Apple highlighted that the iPod touch will be equipped to play games from its yet-to-be-released game subscription service, Apple Arcade.
What's great about the iPod touch is that it's still cheap. The device also houses an 8MP camera at the back, with a ƒ/2.4 aperture and can record videos in 1080p at 30FPS. The iPod Touch sports an 8 MP rear camera and 1.2 MP front camera.
Cut down is the right word too, since the iPod Touch's guts are a bit behind the latest batch of iPhones.
Apple has lifted the lid on a long-awaited refresh to its iPod touch lineup, introducing new features such as support for Group FaceTime and AR experiences for the first time.
The chip all offers up to 2x faster processing performance and 3x faster graphics improvements.