Recently, Apple released a modified version of the fifth generation iPod touch. This new model only packs 16GB of storage and lacks a rear camera. This device was released to replace the fourth generation iPod touch, but did Apple mess up by omitting the rear camera? Fact is, you’re getting a device that’s much better than the fourth generation model. Listen to this week’s discussion on Apple’s decision to release this device and let us know what you think in the comments.
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Articles from this episode:
- WWDC 2013: Slimmer Retina MacBook Pro w/1080P camera
- Teardown of New 16 GB iPod Touch Reveals Few Internal Changes
- What’s So Different About Apple’s New Entry Level 16GB iPod touch?
- What some iOS 7 stock app icons might look like
- Mac Pro Supplies Tightening as WWDC Approaches
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