Tag Archives: iPod Touch

Apple News from Around the Web – Lightning cables corroding, Corning exec slams Sapphire and more…

Every day here at Today’s iPhone, we gather the Apple news you need to know in one handy roundup. While some of the stories here may not have been the biggest breaking news of the day, we know you still want to hear about it. Check out the headlines below with links to their original sources. Lightning cables failing due to corrosion – ZDNet Jason D…

iOS 7 revealed, but which features will work on your older iDevice?

So, by now you should now that iOS 7 has been released. If you didn’t, you should either check out our roundup post with all the new features or hit Apple’s events page to find out more. Although some of the features are incredible, there’s always that risk that older devices get phased out. The iPhone 3GS – understandably – won’t be getting the new OS…

Final Fantasy Tactics iOS app half-price until June 12

If you’re a fan of Final Fantasy, listen up! Square Enix has slashed the price of its Final Fantasy Tactics strategy game in half, lasting from now until June 12. You can now snag the iPad version for $8.99 and the iPhone/iPod Touch version for $7.99. What’s more, the developer has added some much-need improvements, including better graphics, iCloud…

Apple’s sold 100 million iPod touch units since 2007

Original iPod touch Apple launched a new iPod touch this morning, albeit very discretely. The newest model is a slimmed down version of the 5th gen touch missing the rainbow color options and iSight camera. It’s a case of “in with the new, out with the old” as Apple also stopped selling the 4th gen. But perhaps more significant than the discontinuation…

4th gen iPod touch discontinued, replaced with budget $229 5th gen model

Just in case there was any doubt that Apple is no longer putting the bulk of its time and energy in to creating brand new iPods, and investing in the MP3 player lineup, the 4th generation iPod touch is no more. Apple quietly discontinued the popular 3.5″ model and replaced it with what is essentially a 5th gen model without the rear facing iSight…

Liquid damage sensor lawsuit to cost Apple $53 million

  If you’ve been the victim of a faulty liquid damage sensor in your iPhone or iPod recently, you could have some money coming your way courtesy of Apple. The company has recently reached a settlement in a class action lawsuit in which the members of the lawsuit claimed that the liquid sensors in Apple devices are faulty and could cause some…