Conclusion: Aside from a new white version, the best-in-class iPod touch remains physically the same, but gets new features, like iMessage, via the iOS 5 update.
Pros: iMessage allows for virtual texting between iOS devices over Wi-Fi. iCloud syncs content between devices wirelessly. Still a top-notch music player. Retina display makes text and images look incredibly sharp. Shoots HD video, takes photos. FaceTime video chat is solid. GameCenter allows social ga...
Conclusion: This is hands-down the best iPod to watch movies on, for its big, wide screen, fluid controls and even the built-in speaker, when we want to share or just don't feel like wearing headphones.
Pros: Does everything, entertainment-wise, now including games, Love the screen, love the internal speaker, love the user interface
Cons: Occasional software hiccups, No way around it: Unless we're wearing gloves, it's going to get smudged
Summary: Now in its second generation, the iPod touch from Apple is seeing a reduced price, improved hardware and a major influx of new features. The iPod touch was lost in the shadow of the iPhone in the past year, but hopefully this ingenious gadget will now get some well-deserved attention.
Excerpt: There’s one thing as right as summer rain: once a year, Apple revises its line of iPods. They gain new formats, colors and features that become the stuff of dreams of thousands of gadgets aficionados like us.