Amazon today has a new discount on Apple's 32GB iPod touch from 2019, now priced at $179.95, down from $199.00. This is a match of the previous low price that we've seen on Amazon for this model, and one of the lowest we've tracked yet for the 2019 iPod touch. Only the Silver color is available at this price.

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Apple updated the iPod touch one year ago in May 2019 with the A10 Fusion chip for faster speed, a 4-inch display, and 8-megapixel rear camera. The iPod touch family still sports a Home button without Touch ID, and it retains the same design as the previous sixth-generation model from 2015.

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Top Rated Comments

GIZBUG Avatar
51 months ago
($19 Off)?
TAKE.IT.EASY
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Smearbrick Avatar
51 months ago

Might as well pick up a used iPhone 8 64GB for $225, better in every way
Or a brand new iPhone 7 Plus for $199 at Walmart.

On another note... I wish Apple would build a dedicated music player that wasn’t just a gimped iPhone. I would love something with a tactile scroll wheel (like the old days) and, more importantly, a kick ass DAC. These things are toys.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
NickName99 Avatar
51 months ago
Might as well pick up a used iPhone 8 64GB for $225, better in every way.

Edit: I wouldn’t recommend anything older than iPhone 8. You’d be missing out on a TrueTone display, which adjusts the screen color temperature to match your environment in real time. It’s a huge improvement to the screen - once you have it there’s no going back.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
noobinator Avatar
51 months ago
News of the century!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TriBruin Avatar
51 months ago

I do wonder how much longer Apple is going to keep this product around, doing only the bare minimum to maintain iOS support - it's received little more than chip updates since the 5th gen was introduced in 2012. Given it's inclusion in the base iPad the A10 probably still has a lot of life left in it, so I could see them continuing to sell this as is for another couple years.
The iPod touch is a very popular device in retail business. It is small enough be carried around easily by retail employees and inventory workers. Combined with various scanner and credit card processing devices, it is a great choice. That is why Apple did not change the case during the last refresh. Companies wanted a plug-in replacable device.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
criticasm Avatar
51 months ago
This is where the link went for me. I know there's currency exchange & tax, but BLOODY HELL!


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