Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod touch 3rd Generation
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Great features, just what I was looking for. Just scared to drop it!
8 April 2013
Summary: I bought the iPod touch primarily to make it easy to manage my band on the go. It's perfect for accepting payments for merchandise and shows as well as scheduling new shows right then and there and I find that most venues that we play these days all have wifi anyway so no need for 3G. The only thing I dislike about it is how smooth the back is - it makes it really easy to drop. Definitely going to need to find a case of some sort for it.
I would buy it again /check to see about a cord to charge great value!!!!!!
7 April 2013
Summary: The battery life is not too bad The features are great and design is nice The Value is not bad The screen is really thin so it cracks very easily But there was no USB cord with it to charge it
Summary: Arrived with a screen protector and protective "skin" provided by the seller, overall a great little portable internet portal and game/music console. Having purchased it used, the battery life is really short, and it doesn't seem to hold a charge as long as any/every other apple product I've used or owned. Bummer; I'm hoping this can be remedied.
Summary: Works very well, I bought it to download music onto so that I could have an mp3 player. I bought the otterbox defender case because I like to go aggressive skating and didn't wanna break it. and so far, so good.
It does everything I need it to do. Its really truely amazing!!!
10 August 2012
Summary: I bought it to listen to music but it has apps and the internet that is great. I have it with me at all times. The only thing I dislike about the product is that I wish it stored more apps and videos like the 32 gb. Or even a camera like the 4th generation. Other then that its a great value. Its the best music player you can buy for $200.
Summary: I've had my 64GB 3rd gen iPod Touch for more than 2 years now. It still stands the test of time. When I bought this, it was primarily to replace my dead Dell x50v PDA. I didn't buy the Touch because it was an Apple; I bought it because (at the time) it was the best replacement for my PDA both in features AND cost. The screen was almost as big as my old PDA (3.7" vs 3.5") and my I didn't mind that the Touch didn't have a camera - neither did my PDA.
Summary: It's does so much more than just play music, which is why I wanted one. I'm not a Mac person at all but the iPod Touch...I love it. Out of the box it found my Wi-Fi connection and had me surfing the net (the real Internet and not the cell phone web pages like the one on my Verizon phone). It was intuitive to use and I'm finally getting accustomed to using the touch screen to scroll and type away.
Summary: This is the 4th iPod that I've owned. The touch is very user friendly even though they don't come with any instructions. Music, photos and apps are all stored in clearly marked icons and are all easily accessible. I use my iPod every day for logging calories, listening to music through the port in my car and playing games. I highly recommend this for any music lover!