Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Apple iPod touch: The 3rd generation

Apple iPod touch

The very first iPod had a video game, invented by Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak, called Brick, hidden as an easter egg. Since then, original and classic titles, including Pac-Man and Tetris, have made their way onto various iPods as Click Wheel-controlled games. In 2007, Apple launched the iPod touch: a wireless pocket-sized computer, with a multi-touch screen and a built-in motion-sensing accelerometer. So far, Apple Inc. has sold over 20 million iPod touch units... Today, the 3rd generation Apple iPod touch (featuring the same hardware and Operating System as the new iPhone) was released with either 32GB or 64GB of flash memory. Apple's emphasis this generation is definitely on marketing the new iPod touch as a state-of-the-art, hand-held games console: making direct comparisons with the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS, and highlighting the massive amount of games now available...


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