The iPod Touch ain’t dead yet
Apple finally updated the aging iPod Touch by updating its internals. Instead of an A8 processor found on the 2015 model, the 2019 iPod Touch uses an A10 Fusion processor—the same processor used on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
With the processor upgrade, the 2019 iPod Touch can do group FaceTime calls and support for AR features using Apple’s ARKit framework. In addition, the iPod Touch now has a 256GB option, on top of the 32GB and 128GB variants.
Save for those two key upgrades, the 2019 iPod Touch looks identical with the 2015 model: 4-inch LCD display, 8-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front camera, a headphone jack, and no TouchID or FaceID.
The 2019 iPod Touch is priced at Php 14,990 for the 32GB model, Php 21,490 for the 128GB model, and Php 27,990 for the 256GB model.