2nd generation iPod Touch released with no revolutionary upgrades

After months of rumors about upgrades to the iPod Touch and the iPod Nano the news are officially here from the iPod conference.

With the 4th generation iPod Nano getting a full upgrade to include widescreen and memory upgrade to 8gb and 16gb iPod Nano, the news for the iPod Touch was slightly more disappointing.

2nd generation iPod Touch (source: iLounge)The 2nd generation iPod Touch will feature a thinner design with more similarities to the 3g iPhone, a separate volume control button on the side, a built in speaker, and software that includes the new genius playlist generation featured in the new iTunes 8. There is also improvements to battery life with 36 hours playtime for music and 6 hours video.

Expected retail price for the 2nd generation iPod Touch in the UK will be £150 for the 8gb iPod Touch, £180 for the 16gb iPod Touch and £225 for the 32gb iPod Touch. Compared with todays price point it indicates a price drop for the iPod Touch.

We will be updating our iPod Touch best price table as the new 2nd generation iPod Touch hits UK stores.

Pre order the new 2nd generation iPod Touch here today!


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