Sure, if they're not sold out by the time you get there. Of course, since you haven't ordered yet, there might be a delay ordering it online now (I think I saw another poster mention his ships the Oct. 5th, mine ships Sep. 28th).im thinking its going to be a lot smarter to buy instore because I'll get the ipod touch as soon as it comes out. advice?
I ordered mine and it ships the 28th as well. The way I see it is, I can get it shipped to my house rather than here at my dorm room, and I can insure that I get one. I don't like to wait in lines.Sure, if they're not sold out by the time you get there. Of course, since you haven't ordered yet, there might be a delay ordering it online now (I think I saw another poster mention his ships the Oct. 5th, mine ships Sep. 28th).
Not having an Apple store nearby made it much easier for me
Not unless Apple comes out with another new iPod in the next to months.do you think there will be a price drop for the iPod touch in the next 2 months?
i agree that the touch really does seem to be a bit overpriced, but its not that logical to compare the classic and touch, because theyre two almost totally different devices. if anything, compare the touch and iphone.
I encourage people to think of the screen scale ratio
I encourage people to think about the durability and reliability of a device based around solid-state electronic memory compared to one based on a couple of magnetized metal platters that spin in very fast circles and are read with a moving drive head.
That's a good point, but one must remember that many people will be buying the touch for the wifi and then just add a smaller music/video collection to it. The two devices are completely different and I don't really think that price per gigabyte is the best way to compare them.
Have you dealt with an iPhone? The glass on that screen is obscenely durable. Arstechnica took a knife to it and couldn't make a scratch.the screen would still be exposed.