iPod touch (5th gen) is unsupported for years now. It’s stuck on iOS 9.3.5. And it’s terribly slow on iOS 9. 6th gen iPod is now stuck on 12.4.1. Performance on that is alright.Would ipod5 be ok with current iOS? Would it be slow?
Seller refurbished suggests to me that someone other than an authorized repair center monkeyed with the iPod. Probably naked eating Cheetos at the time. So you can draw your own conclusion from there on the quality of the job.What would be a fair price for used ipod 6?
""Seller refurbished" is just a way to say "used" in order that gets buyers to pay more." So would it be best to avoid seller refurbished?
Get atleast the 6th gen. The 5th gen is horrendous now. Extremely slow on iOS 9.3.5 (that's the highest it can go, and most apps don't work anymore on iOS 9, they require atleast iOS 10 or 11 by now), it only has the dual-core A5 chip from 2011 which is extremely slow by today's standards, only 512 MB RAM, 5 MP Camera only, and no 128 GB option.If Touch 7 is out of your budget, would there be not too much difference between 5 and 6?
You are welcome. And if you are in the US, check Apple's own refurbished: https://www.apple.com/shop/refurbished/ipodThanks, I'll be looking into 6th gen.