2013 Apple has announced that customers have downloaded over 40 billion apps - nearly 20 billion in 2012 alone. The Apple Store has over 500 million active accounts and had a record-breaking December with over two billion downloads during the month. Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, says, “It has been an incredible year for the IOS developer community.” Developers have created over 775,000 apps for iPhone, iPad, and touch screen iPod and have been paid over $7 billion by Apple.
If you want a new apple iPod touch 2013, you may need to read the iPod touch 5th generation release date information, and know about the iPod classic 2013. Besides, you can also read the iPod touch review October 2012.
Apple today announced it has sold over two million of its new iPhone 5 in China, just three days after its launch on December 14. “Customer response to iPhone 5 in China has been incredible, setting a new record with the best first weekend sales ever in China,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. iPhone 5 will be available in more than 100 countries by the end of December, making it the fastest iPhone rollout ever.
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The new touch screen iPod’s display is also noticeably brighter at its highest setting. Place it side by side with the 4G iPod touch, iPod classic 2013, crank up the brightness on each, and the 4G iPod looks bluer and gloomier in comparison. Unlike with the previous iPod touch, the new one has no auto-brightness switch. I don't find this to be a loss, as I found the iPod classic 2013 too dim when auto-brightness was engaged.
There’s a new apple iPod touch 2013 on the block and, in many of the ways that most matter, it's a dozy. While it’s tempting to compare it to a phone-less iPhone 5-particularly given its similar height, weight, thickness, and Lightning connector-the iPod touch is a device intended for a different audience. An audience that skews younger than the iPhone's and one that desires a cool media and game player that can stand on its own rather than feel like an iPhone’s hobbled sibling. And for this reason, a comparison to the fourth-generation (4G) iPod touch is more apt.
The 2013 new iPod touch looks different in another way. Available in gray, silver, pink, yellow, blue, and Product Red, this is the first colorful iPod touch line. Each features a white face save the gray model, which offers the black front that we’re accustomed to on previous models. Colors cover the back and wrap around to the sides. The colors lean toward pastel rather than bold, but they give these iPods a fresh, more playful countenance than their somewhat antiseptic looking predecessors.