There are a number of ways to acquire and use an iPhone without a contract, but most of them require some clever workaround. Now a new device promises to give you the functionality of the iPhone for the low cost of the iPod Touch.
The Nintendo Sixty-FOOOOOOOOOOUR kid is legendary, but the Nintendo 64 is old. These days, Apple's products sit at the top of the desired list. Watch as this little kid freaks out over his parents getting him a new iPod Touch for Christmas. It's epic.
During today's iPhone event, Apple took some time to update two of its iPods: the Nano and the Touch.
Apple might have killed the last of the white-colored MacBooks with the release of the new MacBook Airs, but that doesn't mean the white gadgets is out of style. Absolutely not! People are killing each other to grab a white iPhone and white iPad. The fifth-gen iPod Touch will probably come in vampire white, too.
There aren't a lot of uses for a biometric fingerprint scanner if you're not working for the government or police force. But if you are, well, your iPod Touch just got tax deductible.
Crunchgear's received what appears to be a photo for a fifth-generation iPod Touch with a touch-sensitive home button. Is this a sign of things to come for future iOS devices?
Sure, you can buy a ZTE Peel and transform that iPod Touch into a pseudo-iPhone, but why even spend more money on a plastic shell? With a little ingenuity, you can turn that packaging your iPod Touch came in, into an iPhone.
What's so special about Mophie's new plastic case for fourth-generation iPod Touches? Only that it has integrated stereo speakers and haptic feedback vibration that's dependent on the audio of whatever game is on. We went hands-on with Mophie's Pulse and here's what we thought about it.
Remember that case that turns an iPod touch into an iPhone? Yeah, that ZTE Peel is coming to U.S. shores after only being sold in China — to Sprint. Who needs to wait for CDMA iPhone?
It makes sense that the next version of Apple's iPod Touch would come with a couple of the features from the iPhone 4; mainly, a front-facing camera for Facetime chats and the higher-resolution Retina display. And a leaked faceplate makes at least the first of those seem very likely.