Apple iPod Touch 32GB (6th Generation)
The latest version of Apple’s iconic iPod, the sixth generation iPod Touch upgrades the venerable music player with technology borrowed from the iPhone, so you can use it to watch movies, play games, video-chat with friends, and manage your calendar.
Room for Your Whole Music Library
Load the iPod Touch with all of your favorite albums and playlists thanks to its generous 32GB storage space, with enough room for approximately 8,000 songs.
Intuitive Touch Controls
Want to play a song? Just tap it. The iPod Touch lives up to its name with a responsive touchscreen that makes navigating a huge music library faster and more intuitive than ever.
Apps For Everything
Do more than just listen to music—the iPod Touch runs iOS 9, the same operating system found on the iPhone, to provide access to Apple App Store. With more than 1 million free and paid apps and games at your fingertips in the App Store, you can transform the iPod into a powerful productivity tool, mobile gaming machine, or hub for all of your messages with friends and family.
- 4” Retina touchscreen display
- Color: Gold
- 1136x640 resolution
- 32GB storage space
- Apple A8 chip with M8 co-processor
- iOS 9 operating system
- 1.2MP FaceTime HD front camera
- 8MP iSight rear camera
- Shoots 1080p video
- Built-in speaker and microphone
- Siri hands-free personal assistant
- Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Audio playback: up to 40 hours
- Video playback: up to 8 hours
- Full specifications
In the box: iPod Touch 32GB, Apple EarPods in-ear headphones, Lightning to USB cable, Quick Start guide
From the start, Steve Jobs was enthralled with not only the novelty of technology but also its design. When speaking about the Apple computer, he said it was “going to be insanely beautiful.” Over the years, Apple’s products have worked to fuse innovative technology with almost artful design. The iMac stunned the world with its colorful plastic shells, which the New York Times said “more closely resemble a pack of Life Savers than a new computer line.” The glossy white iPod—no bigger than a deck of playing cards—could hold an entire library of music. Time Magazine named the iPhone the Invention of the Year for its stunning design and, uniquely, because of the promise it held for even better products in the future. With each new item they launch, Apple works to shape the way future societies communicate, learn, and dance when they’re alone.