Apple last refreshed its iPod Touch back in 2019. A sketchy rumor (along with its renders) has now surfaced on the web claiming Apple will launch the 8th-generation iPod Touch in the fall of 2021.
Word on the street is that Apple is going to refresh the iPod touch lineup this year, which means a seventh-generation device may be on the horizon.
As far as new hardware is concerned, Apple may launch new iPads and a new iPod touch early this year.
Apple may be ready to make some big changes in 2019, including a revitalization of an aging brand, and the adoption of a oft-requested port.
Discover Deals’ official page has inadvertently confirmed the arrival of the iPhone X and the 7th-gen iPod Touch. The mention was made under the “Exceptions” section of the cashback promo page. Naturally, Discover has since removed the mention from its website, but not before people could take screenshots of the page.
The iPod shuffle and nano have been around in the same design for many, many years, only seeing a refresh in color options back in 2015.
If you’re still clinging onto a really old iPod or iPad, you’re missing out on Apple’s latest iOS releases. But with a new hack called Grayd00r, you can install an iOS 9-like user interface on your iPod touch 3G or original iPad, and greatly improve performance at the same time.
Apple’s latest iPod touch may look a lot like its predecessor at first glance, but it brings a whole host of big differences that make it well worth the upgrade for most. In a new video from YouTuber Jonathan Morrison of TLD, those differences are compared in real-life situations.