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Why We Buy iPod Touch 32GB? May 27, 2008

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With the release of the iPod touch 32GB in September 2007, Apple again shook the world with a new masterpiece. Some people were very sceptical because they already owned an iPhone which seemed to offer the same applications but without the phone features such as Bluetooth or a camera. So why would it be interesting to buy iPod touch 32GB?

1. First of all Apple features again its revolutionary multi touch user interface. Besides the two control switches, one power switch and one Home button, everything else can be accessed via this touch screen. On the Home screen, a 3,5 inch wide display, you can browse with the touch of your fingers through music, photos and videos
2. The new iPod touch 32GB owns now the best application ever: Mail. It is very easy to set up and makes this iPod a true Internet device. The virtual keyboard displayed on the touch screen is simple to use too.
3. Besides being a regular iPod, this iPod touch 32GB contains a WiFi device that enables you to browse the Safari web wherever you are. Zoom in and out of pages very easily with this hand-held device!
4. Applications that the iPhone is missing are now available on the iPod touch 32GB: Maps, Notes, Weather and Calender entries. Compare as well the 16GB iPhone capacity versus the 32GB of this new iPod , and you know why it is so desirable to buy iPod touch 32GB.
5. When you already own a mobile phone with its monthly contract, why bother to buy the iPhone but opt instead for this have it all device that offers you so much more: What to think about downloading movies from the built-in iTunes WiFi music store, or browse through the new releases or the Top 10. With a single tap you can catch up with your favorite TV shows anywhere!

Without any doubt the new iPhone touch 32GB is one of its kind. And with the free release of the beta iPhone SDK (Software Development Kit) in March, even more applications are offered for users of the iPod touch 432GB (and for iPhone users too).

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iPod Touch – The Touch Screen Gadget April 21, 2008

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The iPod Touch launched by Apple Inc. is a marvelous gadget with touch screen option for accessing and opening icons, programs and files in the format of one’s choice. This iPod comes with a stylus that aids in pinpointing at the screen for opening particular folders, files and getting to view the messages. This digital music player has some very innovative features incorporated in it that allow the users to access music as well as video clips and picture files. One can enjoy music belonging to different genres in quite a few of the popular formats that is currently available. The capability to play video clips is no less amazing. And the power to access the Internet is like the icing on the cake. For young and fun loving users, this gadget is like a dream come true. The images get displayed on the large 3.5 inch multi-touch display screen that is capable of giving a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels.

This iPod touch comes with very neat dimensions. It measures 4.3 inches in height, 2.4 inches in width, 0.31 inches in depth and 120 grams in weight. It comes in a kit where one finds earphones, dock adaptor, polishing cloth, earphones, USB cable and quick start guide The gadget is very adept for people who want things in a compact form. As the device is connected with networks such as Wi-Fi, so it is possible to use it for the purpose of accessing the Internet even when one is on a move in a car or in a metro train. The WAP browser is a good option for surfing of the net and visiting various sites. One so can select items and download them for future use. The photo support and video support allows the users to view pictures and videos in all the popular formats on the screen of the device.

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The memory of the iPod varies as one goes to its higher version. It, however, has 1 GB memory space and the memory of the other sets ranges from 6 GB to 8 GB. The battery of the device gives 22 hrs of music playback and 5 hrs of video playback.

Apple iPod V/S Apple iPhone – competition Going On February 4, 2008

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The Apple iPhone is an internet-enabled multimedia mobile phone that has been designed and marketed by Apple Inc. It features a touchscreen interface with a virtual keyboard. The device is packed with useful applications like iTunes, Google Maps, Calculator and YouTube. It features a built-in web browser and supports Bluetooth & Wi-Fi connectivity. Its YouTube application streams videos over Wi-Fi and/or EDGE networks.
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The iPhone allows users to watch television shows and films on its display. The handset comes equipped with a 2 megapixel camera and a portable media player. The device runs on the optimized version of OSX operating system. It is a quad band GSM smartphone that has 8 GB of flash memory. When Wi-Fi is active, the device automatically switches from the EDGE network to any previously approved Wi-Fi network. The handset weighs 135 gm and measures 115 x 61 x 11.6 mm. It comes equipped with a non removable battery that has a talktime of upto 8 hours and a standby time of upto 250 hours. A new version of Apple iPhone is scheduled to be launched soon that would operate on faster 3G networks.

On the other hand, the latest Consumer Electronics gadget Apple iPod is a portable media player that is designed and marketed by Apple. The device uses the Apple’s iTune software to download and play music files. The device allows the user to transfer photos, videos and games to other compatible devices. It can play a variety of music file formats like MP3, AIFF, WAV and Protected AAC. The fifth and sixth generation iPod Classics can also play MPEG4 and Quicktime video formats.

There are four models of Apple iPods – the Classic, the Nano, the Shuffle and the ipod Touch. Newest models of these devices feature a touch-sensitive click wheel instead of a mechanical scroll wheel. They also use flash memory instead of hard disks. The batteries of these devices are not designed to be replaced or removed by the users. Fifth generation models of these devices have their batteries attached to their backplate with adhesives.

Both Apple iPhone and Apple iPod are equipped with a wide range of features. While the former is smartphone, the latter is a portable digital media player. Both of these devices have been designed and marketed by Apple Inc. Both of them have got wide public acceptance during last few years.

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