While the iPhone 4 is still booming in the market, Apple had launced the new iPod Touch with their great new features. It’s almost like an iPhone 4 without the phone. It’s thinner, it has digital camera on the back and the front, it has retina display, and many more.
With the built-in digital cameras on the front and the back, now you can make a video call with FaceTime. The front camera has been tuned for FaceTime, it will automatically adjust for the right field of view and focal length to focus on your face at arm’s length. So it always presents you in the best possible light. The video call can be made between the new iPod Touch or between the new iPod Touch and iPhone 4 over Wi-Fi.
Developing pixels a mere 78 micrometers wide to pack four times the number of pixels close together into the same size screen — 326 per inch — make graphics and text look smooth and continuous at any size. In fact, the pixel density is so high your eye is unable to distinguish individual pixels. Which means images in games, movies, and photos pop off the screen. Text in books, web pages, and email is crisp at any size. And everything is sharper. It also includes LED backlighting and an ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen for the best viewing and battery life possible.
HD Video Recording and Editing
With its built-in HD video camera, you can now record in high definition 720p video. An advanced backside illumination sensor delivers brilliant video in both bright and low-light settings. And when you’re done shooting, you can edit and share your movie instantly.
Watch Steve Jobs on stage presenting the new iPod Touch :