With the launch of the iPod Touch 5G, several companies are performing tests and benchmarks on the new device. One common effort is to put any new iPod Touch in a series of drop tests to see how well it survives common falls.
iPod Touch 5G features 4-inch (diagonal) widescreen display with Multi-Touch IPS technology, Retina display, 1136×640-pixel resolution at 326 pixels per inch, and Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating display.
Will it survive from the drop test? See the video below:
Apple worked hard on the new design, while not too different from first glance, they’ve made significant improvements to the overall design. From the small details and level of precision, to making it lighter while stronger at the same time. Obviously you guys all know this already though right?
Apple’s new iPod touch features the same larger 4-inch screen as the iPhone 5, while sporting a design 6.1 millimeters thick that weighs just 88 grams. It also adds Siri support, comes in five colors, and includes a new wrist strap called the iPod touch loop.
The iPod touch loop is a colorful new way to keep your iPod touch handy. That’s perfect for when you want to shoot from a hard-to-reach camera angle. Flip iPod touch up to type a quick iMessage. Or just sport it when you’re pocketless. The loop also keeps your iPod touch safe, so you won’t have to worry about a slip, fumble, drop, or overzealous robot dance. Choose from five colors. The iPod touch loop comes in a pack of two, one in color and one in white.
The iPod touch loop wrist straps are also available in matching colors. What color is yours?