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Although no longer in production, here you’ll find assistance with Activation Lock, passcode issues, and utilizing Find My and iCloud services to ensure your device remains functional and secure.


Review of iPod Touch 7

The iPod Touch 7th Generation, the final chapter in Apple’s storied media player lineup, perfectly melds entertainment and connectivity within a slim, pocket-friendly form.

Launched in May 2019, it mirrors the iPhone’s aesthetic appeal but pivots towards serving as a dedicated device for media consumption and gaming, rather than telecommunication.

Featuring a 4-inch Retina display, it offers crisp, vibrant visuals ideal for video playback, photo browsing, and engaging gaming sessions. The screen size is a thoughtful compromise, ensuring the device is easy to carry while providing ample viewing space for an immersive user experience.

At its core, the iPod Touch harnesses the power of the A10 Fusion chip, a notable leap in performance that allows for seamless app operation and gaming, including support for augmented reality (AR) experiences. This capability enriches the iPod Touch with a wide array of interactive and educational applications, enhancing its utility beyond mere entertainment.

Although it operates without cellular connectivity, relying on Wi-Fi for online access, this limitation underscores its niche as a device primarily for those within reach of a network, engaging in activities ranging from streaming Apple Music to downloading from the App Store.

The device comes equipped with an 8-megapixel rear camera that, while not on par with the advanced optics of newer iPhones, adequately serves basic photography and social media needs. A 1.2-megapixel front camera makes for satisfactory selfies and FaceTime conversations.

With storage options extending from 32GB to 256GB, it can house an extensive collection of songs, applications, and media files. Despite its discontinuation, the iPod Touch 7th Generation stands as an enticing choice for users in search of a portable device focused on gaming and media, without the commitments of a cellular plan.

Specifications for iPod Touch (7th generation)

Dimensions (H x W x D)123.4 x 58.6 x 6.1 mm
Weight88 g
Water resistanceNo
TypeRetina display with Multi-Touch IPS technology
Size4 inches
Resolution1136 x 640 pixels
Rear8MP, ƒ/2.4
Front1.2MP, ƒ/2.2
ChipsetA10 Fusion chip
CPU4-core (2 × 1.64 GHz Hurricane 2 × Zephyr)
GPUPowerVR GT7600 Plus (6-core)
Storage32 GB/128 GB/256 GB
Face IDNo
Iris scannerNo
Touch IDNo
To find out more, see iPod specs.
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