iPod touch Rebirth of the iPod Touch

ivoruest

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Jul 12, 2010
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I think if Apple wanted to change the course of the iPod Touch, which seems to be dying, then should make a more promising device for better gaming and music experience.

I like the iPod Touch and use it every day as my music device in my car. But I definitely would use it more if it was a better gaming device. It shouldn't be left behind, there are lots of apps and opportunities to match PS Vita's market and make the iPod Touch thrive as a multimedia console.

Do you think Apple still cares about the iPod Touch?

Update: iPod Touch could also compete in the consumer Digital Camera market, gaming, and music markets as well. I think there is still plenty that can be done with this product. Hope that Apple does see the way I do.
 
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jtre1

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Jul 25, 2012
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Yea. Apple still cares. Last year Phil Scheller said " We love music and will continue to make the worlds greatest music players "after he announced the white version of the ipod touch. Most likely they will introduce a new model this year to lure the younger crowd and to introduce new people to Apple and their other products
 
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coolguy879

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Aug 17, 2012
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Yeah, Apple still cares about the iPod touch. I'm just hoping they release the iPod touch 5G sooner rather than later since the iPad 3 has already come out and iPhone 5 is confirmed.
 

batting1000

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Yeah, Apple still cares about the iPod touch. I'm just hoping they release the iPod touch 5G sooner rather than later since the iPad 3 has already come out and iPhone 5 is confirmed.
They should be announcing one with a 4 inch screen and new dock connector.
 

combatcolin

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One gen behind the iPhone

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