Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod touch 3rd Generation
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20 February 2010
Summary: Not perfect, but the latest version of the touch adds some welcome and proven features from the iPhone, as well as heftier storage and some speedy performance, to keep this 'Pod at the top of its game.
Conclusion: The annual modifications were less obvious on this go-around, especially when compared to this year's inclusion of a video camera on its headline-grabbing cousin, the fifth-generation iPod nano . I can't advise you to ditch your second-gen touch and replace it with this new model, but if you've held out this long, the tweaks are almost all good, and worth the wait.
Pros: Voice Control adds a new dimension to the already formidable control options, Now with Voice Control and VoiceOver, sight-impaired users will have superior access to their media, Faster processor not monumental, but we'll take those performance tweaks!, Voice Control adds a new dimension to the already formidable control options, Now with Voice Control and VoiceOver, sight-impaired users will have superior access to their media, Faster processor not monumental, but we...
Cons: touch VoiceOver not to be confused with simpler shuffle VoiceOver, Refinements to this generation not as pronounced as in years past
Excerpt: The iPod touch 3G doesn’t just belt out your tracks from iTunes on the move: it’s loaded up with iPhone OS 3.0 and the iPhone 3GS’ swishtastic graphics too. But with storage space still failing to match the hefty iPod Classic, is it enough to keep us entertained six months on? Read on and find out in our iPod touch3G review: apps and media skills verdict.
Pros: Apps a plenty, iPhone OS still charms
Cons: No multitasking, video format support is lacking
Apple iPod touch 3G review: design, build and sound quality
2 April 2010
Excerpt: At a glance, the iPod touch 3G has barely evolved from the second gen media player: the frame and screen are almost identical, and what on earth happened to that camera we wanted? In truth though, there’s a lot more going on under the bonnet this time round, so we’ve broken down the highs and lows for you right here in our build and sound review.
Pros: Super slim, super gorgeous, headphone controls and mic
Cons: Attracts fingerprints like tweens to R-Patz, bundled cans are poor
Excerpt: The launch of the original Apple iPod touch in late 2007, in the aftermath of a summer of sheer Apple iPhone frenzy, was anticlimactic. The new device was hobbled by its hardware (no speaker or volume controls) and its software ( Apple originally omitted Notes, Mail, Stocks, Maps, and Weather). It was, quite simply, Not An iPhone.
Conclusion: Em sua terceira geração, um dos players mais populares do mundo volta com um touch screen muito mais acessível e se torna um dos principais gadgets da Apple. Apesar de ter sido lançado alguns anos atrás, ainda é um dos mais atrativos, graças ao seu custo/benefício.
Pros: Custo/benefício., Muitos aplicativos para compra., Portátil.
Cons: Sem multitasking., Hardware limitado., Risca com facilidade.