Apple finally calls “time of death” for this device, an iPhone minus the phone
Apple announced today the death of the iPod touch. Over 20 years old, the iPod touch will still be available until supplies of the device are all gone. The iPod touch is priced starting at $199 for the model with 32GB of storage, $299 for 128GB of storage, and $399 for the iPod touch sporting 256GB of storage. Color options are Space Gray, Silver, Pink, Blue, Gold, and PRODUCT(RED).
With the end of the iPod touch, the entire iPod line has been discontinued. The remaining iPod touch units available are the seventh generation model with a 4-inch LCD display and 640 x 1136 resolution. Under the hood is the 16nm A10 Fusion chipset which was first released in September 2016. The camera on the device weighs in at 8MP with an f/2.4 aperture. There is an f/1.2MP front-facing FaceTime camera.
The “iPod touch has been discontinued
We’d suggest that if you are looking to buy one of the remaining iPod touch units as a collectible item, you might want to step up to the plate soon because once they are all gone, they are all gone.