Take one iPhone. Subtract the phone part. You’ll end up with something like the iPod Touch, which arrived in a spruced-up new version alongside the iPhone 5. For $299 (32GB) or $349 (64GB), you get a tall Retina display like the one in the iPhone 5 and a five-megapixel version of the iPhone’s splendid eight-megapixel camera, now with a flash. You even get some stuff the iPhone doesn’t have: a pop-out nub which lets you attach a wrist strap, and six colors to choose from. Best of all, you can run hundreds of thousands of iOS apps, making the Touch not only the ultimate iPod, but also the ultimate PDA.
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