Today Apple released a new version of the iPod Touch. The previous model of the iPod Touch was released back in 2012, and over time it has seen a few changes with the addition of a 16GB model without a rear-facing camera, and then the camera being added back to it further down the road. This 2015 model of the iPod Touch is an evolutionary improvement, but still the biggest improvement to the product that we've seen in quite some time. To see what has changed, you can check out the chart below for a comparison of the 2012 iPod Touch and this new 2015 edition. iPod Touch (2012) iPod Touch (2015) SoC Apple A5 2 x Cortex A9 at 800MHz Apple A8 2 x Typhoon at 1.1GHz GPU PowerVR SGX543MP2 PowerVR GX6450 RAM 512MB...
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