The new iPod Touch has 'Face Time' video conferencing service, which allows users to telephone over the internet. FaceTime on iPod touch lets users hang out, catch up, and goof off with friends in an entirely new way. With just a tap, users can see what their friends are up to.
The iPod touch has two cameras, one on the front, which focuses on the user, and one on the back, which focuses on what"s in front of the user. FaceTime allows users switch between them at any time during a video call.
The HD video camera lets the users to record high-definition 720p video. Users can also edit and create mini blockbuster videos right on iPod touch using the new iMovie application.
The fourth generation of the music player looks similar to an Apple iPhone. The iPod Touch is powered with A4 chip developed by Apple. It also features the "retina display" (960 x 640 pixels). The new Game Center app on iPod touch lets the users add more players to their gaming network.
The 8 GB iPod Touch costs about $229, with the 32 GB version costing around $299 and the 64 gigabyte model coming in at around $399.