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Apple Hasn’t Lost Its Touch

CUPERTINO, CALIF. — Sales of iPods might be falling at double-digit rates, but that isn’t preventing Apple from launching an updated iPod Touch that comes with faster processor, improved camera, faster Wi-Fi, new choice of colors and a new memory capacity of 128GB.

The new iPod Touch starts at $199 for the 16GB model, $249 for 32GB, $299 for 64GB and $399 for 128GB.

The new colors, also available for all iPod models, are Space Gray, silver, gold, pink and blue.

The new Touches features 4-inch Retina display, iSight camera with 8 megapixels instead of 5 megapixels, an improved FaceTime HD camera for selfies, the iPhone 6’s Apple-designed 64-bit A8 chip with 10 times faster graphics performance, and improved fitness tracking via the new M8 motion coprocessor.

With the stepped-up iSight and FaceTime HD cameras, iPod Touch owners for the first time access such new features as Slo-Mo and burst modes. The Touch comes with iOS 8.4 and the Apple Music streaming service.