Released October 2011 (Latest iPod Touch Model) - The iPod touch entered it’s 4th generation of existence in 2010 it has just been revamped in 2011 with new software upgrades in time for Christmas.
The iPod Touch is Apple´s most successful device and it just keeps getting better, the latest-generation includes the iOS5 which takes multi-media gadgets to a whole new level and gives you over 200 exciting new features.
On it’s revamp in 2011 the RRP was lowered to £169 for the 8GB iPod Touch. Despite that price reduction you still don’t even have to pay that price, with our help you can find the cheapest 8GB iPod Touch price.
The best deal for you may well not be the cheapest price, some retailers offer a free gift or some offer you the chance to pay for your new iPod touch monthly. Very.co.uk offer an introductory 10% off for new customers which can make it the cheapest price. Look down the list for the deal best for you!
Although it was upgraded in 2011 it’s not actually the 5th generation as the updates where just to the software. We hope we have helped you find the cheapest 8GB ipod touch price. For more info on the 8GB iPod Touch see our review of the 2010 4th generation iPod Touch and What’s new with the 2011 iPod Touch.
If you already own an iPhone, then please don’t buy yourself an iPod Touch, as the iPod Touch is essentially an iPhone without the phone. It still works the same as the app based iPhone, all you need is your wifi connection to access the app store. With 100′s of new apps every day. It’s very hard to get bored of your iPod Touch. You can even use Apple’s video calling feature, FaceTime as long as you have your internet connection.
If you are looking for an iPod that is just to play music, then the 160gb iPod classic may be more suitable. The iPod Touch is much more than just an mp3 player, that’s why the 8GB touch is roughly the same price as the 160GB iPod Classic. So if music is your passion and apps don’t float your boat, then go for classic.