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New features of the iPod Touch 4G

Date Added: April 22, 2012 12:21:48 PM
Author: admin
Category: Shopping: Consumer Electronics

The new feature of the iPod Touch 4G is its built-in dual cameras (front/back). This has been the most requested feature since the 2nd-generation and many were hoping that the 3rd-gen upgrade would bring. The front-camera can record high definition videos (720p HD at 30fps) but pretty crappy at taking still shots.

 

Apparently the lens Apple used on the rear camera is inferior compared to that of the iPhone 4 due to lens space (and cost?) limitations. So don’t expect to shoot HDR quality with this thing. It’s like a VGA quality from your old dumb phone but with a larger 960x720 size. At least they didn’t cripple photo-taking like they did with the old Nano, so I guess that’s good enough. Testing Face time and Skype video chat was very easy. I’m not even going to review or write anything about it because it’s so easy, it works. Face time is currently available only on Wi-Fi and OSX/iOS only while Skype is available anywhere. Another iPhone 4 technology handed down to the Touch was Retina Display. This is Apple’s term for it’s high pixel density display with a resolution of 960 x 640 at 326 pixels per inch. A printed resolution is 300dpi, so Apple exceeded that by 26 more pixels per inch. You could just imagine the crispness and details that this upgrade would bring fore apps and games. The display unfortunately doesn’t use IPS panels found on the iPhone 4 but looking at it I don’t really mind the difference. Another needed upgrade was computing power. The new iPod Touch 4G now has a gigahertz of processing power aside from the larger 256MB RAM (double that of the 1st and 2nd gen) but smaller than iPhone 4’s 512MB of memory. The half-baked muti-tasking on the iOS also contributes to the slowdown sometimes but the speed bump gives the OS the needed boost to minimize the occasional lags and jitters while scrolling large websites or playing graphic intensive games.

 

At 101 grams, compared to the iPhone 4S' 140 grams it's also noticeably lighter. The other big difference in appearance is its steel back. With its slight curve it fits better in your hand than the iPhone's flat, glass back, but has the downside that it's incredibly receptive to fingerprints, and scratches. The only other difference in appearance compared with its more expensive sibling is that it lacks the iPhone's mute/lock switch and the screen. While it shares the Retna display of the iPhone 4 and 4S (960x640-pixel resolution at 326 pixels per inch) it doesn't use IPS (inter plane switching) which reduces the viewing angle slightly and makes it look slightly darker than the iPhone when you put them side by side.