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The new iPod Touch is a great gateway into the upcoming iOS 13.
Apple released a new iPod Touch for 2019 this year. It costs $200 and has a small, low-resolution screen. If you already own an iPhone past the iPhone 5, there's no reason to even consider buying the iPod Touch. Probably the same deal if you own a recent iPad. If, however, you've never owned an iOS device or have in the past and want back in, at $200 the iPod Touch is now the cheapest iOS entry point.
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But it's not your only $200 option. Nintendo this week announced a new scaled down version of its Nintendo Switch, called the Switch Lite. The $200 gaming system is smaller than the original Switch and can't connect to a TV. So how does the Switch Lite compare to the iPod Touch?
In his review of the iPod Touch 2019, my colleague Patrick Holland very clearly lays out why, despite its appeal to certain consumers, most will want to skip the iPod Touch. And while I can totally understand and agree with many of his points, ultimately I see it differently.
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I've been a stubborn supporter of iOS, and more specifically the Apple App Store, for nearly 11 years, since I bought the iPhone 3G in 2008. There are two simple reasons for that: I like the interface and its evolution, and the game and app selection in the App Store has never disappointed me.
That's really it. I have an iPhone XS Max and absolutely have no need for the iPod Touch, but I'm excited for those of you who do. And here are three reasons I think the iPod Touch is a near steal at $200.
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