Summary: First thing I noticed when I received it is that they spelled fragile wrong not that big of a deal though when I open it it seem to be already opened and scotch taped back together the clip that holds the iPod in place was gone so the back of the iPod was all scratched up and the headphones that came with it didn't work
Summary: i had a ipod classic and served me well for 5 years but started to see the end of its day. i do like the touch screen and all but doesnt hold all ove my music videos etc. not very sturdy or tough built compared to the classic or high gb option than 64gb at the time. got a black out spot on the screen after a month and start to run on low speed. also battery doesnt last long migh have to charge every day or other day.
Excerpt: *I bought this as a step from my 160 gig ipod classic. Was so excited because of everything you could do with it. Well, I got it...loaded, my apps installed and here I am...thinking I am one of the cool kids...until my screen went out. Yes...I can still listen music, but I have no clue as to what I am listening to. Yeah, I was one the retards that thought I didn't need the warranty.
Summary: I have had multiple ipods that worked great. I wanted one with the features and apps of an iphone but didn't want a phone contract. This newly designed ipod touch looked great. When I received it, I noticed that there were minimal instructions, and I mean minimal. They said to connect to my wireless network. No biggie, as I installed my own network and could connect wireless Windows 7 devices in 30 seconds. But no matter what I did, I couldn't get it to connect.