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Apple has launched the cheaper 16GB version of the iPod touch with a 5 megapixel iSight camera internationally. The new iPod also comes in the same Space Gray, Silver, Pink, Yellow, Blue, and (Product) RED models as the 32GB and 64GB configurations. The new 16GB player first launched in the United States last week, but today marks the first time that the units are available at Apple’s sales channels across the world. The pricing of the 16GB iPod touch is now local equivalents to $199, which is a reduction from $229. The device is shipping within 24 hours from several online stores, including the ones for the U.K., France, Italy, and Germany.

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4 Responses to “Apple’s new & cheaper 16GB iPod touch with rear camera goes international”

  1. I need a new iPod!!! Yay!


  2. Reblogged this on Taste of Apple and commented:
    I’m curious to see if the slight changes will actually move a lot of these off shelves. With an A5 chip and other specs from 2012, it seems like a tough sell.


  3. dartman2014 says:

    I bought the Product Red one for my Mom yesterday in Canada. I bought the first one sold at Fairview Mall in Toronto.