Apple has released an updated build of iOS 8.4.1 for registered developers to test on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 features build number 12H318 and comes just over two weeks after the initial beta version. While the initial beta of iOS 8.4.1 didn’t feature any noticeable changes, the X.X.1 label suggests […]
The new iPod Touch came out this month, and critics are raving about its capabilities. Gizmag believes it is a top-notch product. “The new iPod touch is a more attractive product than you might expect. It doesn’t get any lighter or thinner...Show More Summary
Want to save some space and get rid of all the tracks stored on your iOS device? Here's how. Especially in these Apple Music days, it's easy to amass a sizeable offline music collection on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch—and a sizeable storage deficit along with it. Show More Summary
A day shy of its one-month anniversary, Apple Music has reeled in more than 10 million subscribers on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and iTunes, a report said Monday.
Having trouble with EarPods falling out when you work out? Try these accessories. The EarPods that come with the iPhone, iPod touch and other iPods sound great but don't fit everyone the same. And why should they? Everyone's ears are different. Show More Summary
The Podcasts app is now built into iOS, so... how would you change it? Apple is celebrating #10YearsOfPodcasts on iTunes, not just with a special section but with the fortuitously timed release of a brand new iPod touch. What's more,...Show More Summary
This week’s Apple Loop includes Apple's quarterly results, the new iPhones lacking a 16 GB option, the design changes for the iPhone 6S Plus, a review of the iPod Touch, a look at who would buy the Touch, Apple cloud services going down, Anandtech's look at the Apple Watch, sales figures around the wearable, and Jim Dalrymple's rejection of Apple Music.
Does the world still need the iPod Touch? Surely the functionality that it fills is covered by the lower priced iPhones? I've spent a week with the media player to find out, and the answer boils down to cost, target market, and opportunity for the Apple ecosystem to monetize more users over the next three years.
With the latest iPod Touch—Generation 6!— Apple’s iOS runt gets a better camera and powerful guts, which make it feel like a baby iPhone that doesn’t make calls. But why would you buy it if you already have an iPhone? Read more...
If there's one product that's a direct rival to the new iPod touch, it's probably the iPad mini. Both are great for kids and run a bit cheaper than other iOS devices. Let's see how the latest versions compare... Continue Reading iPod touch (6th generation) vs. Show More Summary
Apple today has launched a new page on the App Store dedicated to showcasing apps that take advantage of the Accessibility features on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple says that the section is meant to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Accessibility featured page on the App Store is further […]
Sales of Apple's iOS lineup -- comprised of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch -- has now matched annual sales of devices running the ubiquitous Microsoft Windows platform.
The iPod touch is back with an Apple A8-powered, 8-megapixel vengeance. 2015 doesn't bring the next generation of iPod touch: It's still the same general design Apple introduced back in 2012. Yet that design was so forward-thinking, it evolved and spread through the iPad and iPhone lines as well. Show More Summary
Following the release of iOS 9 beta 4 to developers on […]
When Apple announced a surprise update to the iPod Touch last week, many sought to revisit the appeal of the device in a smartphone-saturated world. One major benefit of the updated iPod Touch is the improved camera. We did some tests to see if the latest iPod matches the camera quality of the latest iPhone. Read more...
Welcome back, iPod After almost three years away, Apple has finally updated the iPod touch. The new iPod touch has a faster processor, a better camera, and is available starting at just $199. Oh yes, and it comes in gold now too. See...Show More Summary
Roughly two weeks after the initial release, Apple has pushed out an update to users testing the iOS 9 public beta on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The latest public beta release follows the earlier release of iOS 9 beta 4 for registered developers developing for the upcoming operating system update. iOS 9 is set to […]
iPhones have eaten the iPod, but this new release is still useful for specific purposes.
It's almost surprising that Apple bothered to update the iPod touch in 2015. With most people already having a smartphone in their pockets, what place does a Wi-Fi only smartphone have in today's marketplace? Let's try to answer that,...Show More Summary
Apple today released the fourth beta of iOS 9, and as with the previous iOS 9 betas, there are quite a few new features bundled into the release. There are some major additions, such as the promised return of Home Sharing for Music,Show More Summary