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Apple Online Store Now Offering Refurbished 5th Generation iPod Touch

Apple today added the fifth generation iPod touch to the refurbished section of its online store, approximately six months after the device was first released.

A refurbished version of 16GB fourth generation iPod touch, which was released alongside the current iPod touch, is also being offered. The fourth generation iPod touch was originally released in 2010 with storage options of 8/32/64GB but was later updated to feature 16and 32GB of storage.

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The 32GB fifth generation iPod touch is available in a range of colors for $249, a 16 percent discount off of the regular $299 price. The 64GB version is priced at $349, a $50 discount from the standard $399 price.

The 16GB fourth generation iPod touch is available in both black and white and is priced at $169, a $30 discount from the $199 price.

Apple's refurbished units come equipped with the same one-year warranty that standard products offer and have been thoroughly tested for reliability. The iPod touches can be purchased directly from the website.

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17 months ago
Macrumors' front page gets worse everyday.
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17 months ago

Macrumors' front page gets worse everyday.


I normally don't complain about this but I couldn't agree more.
Rating: 10 Votes
17 months ago

It's not MR's fault if there isn't news in the Apple world. Should they make up more exciting things instead?


It's called "MacRumors" break out your Enquirer and Pixelmator and random headline generator and crank out those rumors.

Is Tim Cook related to Captain Hook?
What kind of Knight's armor is Johnny Ives making?
How does Lucas selling to Disney affect Steve's (rip) ownership?
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Are ALIENS helping Apple get ahead?
Is Apple secretly using TIME TRAVEL To beat the competition?
Is Apple going to use North Korea to nuke Samsung?
What kinds of genetic engineering experiments is Johnny Ives conducting? ... To make better USERS...

I expect to see RUMORS... Surely you can dig through the trash at the Enquirer or the Onion for news they were too snooty to print!!!
Rating: 6 Votes
17 months ago

Macrumors' front page gets worse everyday.


I disagree. It's Apple related and there is an interest in cheaper IPT5.
Rating: 5 Votes
17 months ago

Macrumors' front page gets worse everyday.


it's apple related so it's still 'news'. .granted not the best or interesting but Apple regardless
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17 months ago

Macrumors' front page gets worse everyday.


It's not MR's fault if there isn't news in the Apple world. Should they make up more exciting things instead?
Rating: 4 Votes
17 months ago
This is exciting!
Rating: 3 Votes
17 months ago
At least MR is updated. I know of some tech sites that are abandoned with updates from years ago.
Rating: 3 Votes
17 months ago

At least MR is updated. I know of some tech sites that are abandoned with updates from years ago.


Like the Mac Pro section.






Zing.
Rating: 3 Votes
17 months ago

Macrumors' front page gets worse everyday.


Agree. This article is better suited as 2nd page - at best. Seems like a secondary service for a secondary product (don't get me wrong, the iPod was and is a classic device, but its popularity has been massively overtaken by the feature on the iPhone).

Why wasn't there a report (with the YouTube link) on Laurene Jobs' recent interview, with the brief things she had to say on Steve Jobs' legacy? Much more deserving of front page placement, methinks. :confused:
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