Apple has added its digital assistant, Siri, to the iPod Touch, the company announced at its event in San Francisco today.
The change was included with upgrades that are also included on Apple's new iPhone 5. As CNET reporters at the event and on CNET's live blog noted, Apple has made a Touch that emulates the functions of an iPhone, without the phone service.
The device is also available in a myriad of bright colors and with a wrist strap, which may indicate that Apple is shooting for a younger crowd for the device.
CNET's reviews of the devices will be coming soon.
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