The 5th-generation iPod touch, colloquially known as the iPod touch 5G or iPod touch 5) was unveiled at Apple's media event alongside the iPhone 5 on September 12, 2012, and was released on October 11, 2012. An all-purpose pocket computer with a touchscreen-based user interface, it is lighter and thinner than the 4th-generation iPod Touch, which it succeeded. It is compatible with up to iOS 9.3.5, which was released on August 25, 2016.
- A taller screen, comparable to the iPhone 5
- An 8MP iSight camera
- A LED flash
- Siri and iOS 6
- Apple A5 chip
- The loop
The iPod touch features a 4-inch diagonal Retina display. A new row of apps is therefore added. It also offers more space for updated apps.
The iPod touch has 2 cameras the front-facing unit is a 1.2 MP camera while the other one is 8 MP with a new led flash.
The loop is a new feature in which you push a button on the back and it pops out. Then you attach a wrist loop via a hole on the bottom to the popped out button to attach it.
EarPods are new headphones from Apple that are designed to fit in the ear perfectly. They have 2 speakers on the side and front for maximum sound.
- iPod Touch (5th generation) at Wikipedia