The fourth-gen iPod Touch is Apple's second-best portable media player, with a price that will help you forget about No. 1.
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Both the One and XL are great GPS units: compact, correctable, good looking and easy to use. At RRP we'd pick the narrow screen One every time though.
Typical price: $349.00
If it wasn’t for the glitchy software and sub-standard battery life, the fake iPod Nano might have been almost as good as the real thing.
Typical price: $30.00
Apple has also brought the 4th-generation iPad with Retina display back into service, retiring the iPad 2.
NEC outs its laptop with Intel's 4th Generation Core, aka, Haswell chip.
The 4th-generation iPod Touch is still hanging around, offering the best bang for your buck when it comes to buying-in to Apple's iOS ecosystem.
A teardown of the 4th-generation iPad results in a poor grade for repairability.
The 4th-generation iPad comes just seven months after the launch of the previous model, a move that seems very un-Apple like.
The new 12-watt adapter that comes with the 4th-generation iPad can cut around 30-45 minutes off the charge time, says Insanely Great Mac.
With the 4th generation of the Touch, Apple's best iPod keeps getting better. New features, such as an HD camcorder, Facetime video calls, a higher-resolution display, and the iPhone's A4 processor, redefine our expectations for portable media players.