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Apple iPod touch Price in Singapore

The iPod revolutionized digital audio players when it was launched, providing everyone with an easy to use music player that could also store lots of music. The iPod Touch, however, takes it to a whole new level.

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The iPod revolutionized digital audio players when it was launched, providing everyone with an easy to use music player that could also store lots of music. The iPod Touch, however, takes it to a whole new level.

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Cheapest at Apple
S$ 1,257.00
S$ 298.00

Compare Prices of Apple iPod touch

Best price for Apple iPod touch in Singapore is S$ 298.00

You can buy the Apple iPod touch at the lowest price of S$ 298.00 from Apple which is 37% cheaper than the Apple iPod touch that is sold by Lazada at the price of S$ 472.20.
Alternatively, the Apple iPod touch is also sold in Hong Kong at Apple with the price of S$ 275.00 and Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of S$ 137.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of S$ 224.00 and Philippines at JMB Albay Gadgets with the price of S$ 280.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of S$ 227.00 and Vietnam at Nhattao with the price of S$ 137.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 22 June 2018, 19:11.

Price List by Country for Apple iPod touch

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 1,588.00 SGD 275.00
Indonesia IDR 1.150.000 SGD 137.00
Malaysia MYR 660.00 SGD 224.00
Philippines PHP 10,995.00 SGD 280.00
Singapore SGD 298.00 SGD 298.00
Thailand THB 5,489 SGD 227.00
Vietnam VND 2.300.000 SGD 137.00

Specs of Apple iPod touch

Release Date in Singapore
Model32GB
DateMar 2013
Display
Touchscreen
DisplayLED
Display diagonal10.2 cm (4")
Display resolution1136 x 640 pixels
Backlight
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Audio
Built-in speaker(s)
MP3 bit rates8 - 320 Kbit/s
Frequency range20 - 20000 Hz
Weight & dimensions
Weight88 g
Depth6.1 mm
Height123.4 mm
Width58.6 mm
Power
Rechargeable
Continuous audio playback time40 h
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery recharge time4 h
Continuous video playback time8 h
Storage
Player media typeFlash memory
Total storage capacity32 GB
Card reader integrated
Record modes
Voice recording
Built-in microphone
Headphones
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Camera
Built-in camera
Second camera
Main camera resolution (numeric)5 MP
Video capture resolution (max)1920 x 1080 pixels
Frame rate30 fps
Photo feature
Video playback
Second camera resolution1.2 MP
Video recording
Radio
FM radio
Supported radio bandsNot supported
Packaging content
Headphones included
Cables includedUSB
File formats
Audio formats supportedAAC,AAX,AAX+,AIFF,HE-AAC,MP3,WAV
Video formats supportedH.264,M-JPEG,MPEG4
Design
Colour of productPink
Volume controlDigital
Housing materialAluminium
Performance
TypeMP4 player
Operating system installediOS
Operating system version6.0
Accelerometer
Languages supportArabic, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Czech, Danish, German, Dutch, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, Greek, HEB, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, SLK, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian

All the Music You Need with the Apple iPod Touch

The iPod Touch is truly a revolutionary design when it was released. It offered similar functionalities to that of an iPhone, but without the telephony components and the higher price tag. Like the iPhone, the iPod Touch has a front touchscreen display, a Home button, and a rear metal casing in various shades of colors (space gray, blue, gold, pink, and silver).

Earlier models of the iPod Touch had very subpar performance due to its lower end internal components, but the latest iPod Touch models are more updated and feature the very same specifications as that found on an iPhone. The iPod Touch also runs on Apple's very own iOS operating system.

Apple Singapore - Still all about Music on the iPod

Even with all the fancy features such as a touchscreen, the iPod Touch does not forget about its origins of being an excellent music player. You can drag and drop your favourite songs into iTunes where it will then automatically sync to your iPod Touch either wirelessly or through the use of the Apple Lightning cable.

You can also purchase and download new songs through the Apple iTunes store straight from the iPod Touch itself, which is the largest music catalog in the world, covering almost everything from the greatest and latest hits to the golden oldies. Or if you would prefer, you can just subscribe to Apple Music for excellent music streaming right in the Music app itself!

Apple Singapore - Simple and Intuitive, iOS

The iPod Touch runs on Apple's very own iOS operating system – the very same one found in iPhone and iPads. It gives the user an incredibly clean and intuitive user interface that is easy to navigate through. The iPod Touch is extremely fluid and responsive thanks to the great software. The iPod Touch also has access to a large library of apps thanks to the Apple App Store. There are hundreds of thousands of apps that can be downloaded from the Apple App Store; games, productivity apps, video streaming apps, fitness apps – you name it, they have it.

Apple Singapore - It's also a Camera

The iPod Touch has an 8-megapixel rear-facing iSight camera that is pretty impressive, allowing you to capture a lot of great images quickly. The great camera paired with the light and small iPod Touch makes it incredibly convenient – you do not have to carry around so many devices, you just need your iPod Touch.

Reviews of Apple iPod touch

ilounge.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-04
A substantially redesigned and muchimproved version of the prior iPod touch, enhancing everything from screen quality to battery life and audio performance. In 32GB and 64GB models, both front and rear cameras are particularly big jumps over prior, poorly...
Despite twoyear gap since prior model's release, most of the new features are a full step behind leading iPhone and iPad models, cementing the new iPod touch as a smaller, betterscreened remake of the iPhone 4S rather than as an iPod that separately justi...
Apple has painted the iPod family into a corner. Having put its best resources into developing ever-improving iPhones and iPads, the company now routinely saves its most exciting new features for its phones and tablets, trickling them down to iPods only w...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-05
Terrific design and build. Sharp display. Adds 5-megapixel, rear-facing camera. Tremendous number of apps.
16GB storage can pinch with large games or movies
Apple's quiet update to the iPod touch stems the tide of media player irrelevance in a world dominated by easily accessible smartphones. The added rear-facing camera and $30 discount are neither new nor game changing—this is mostly a recalibration. The $1...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-04
Offers most of the same specs as higherpriced iPod touches, Has an attractive price
Provides no rearfacing camera, color options, or wrist strip
For a while, Apple has been selling two generations of iPod touch side by side: the 16GB and 32GB, 3.5-inch, Retina display fourth-generation versions and the 32GB and 64GB, 4-inch, Retina fifth-generation models. That confusion finally ended when Apple r...
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Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2013-01-26
iPod Touch Audio Quality 5th Generation ("5G," 2012-)© 2012 KenRockwell.com. All rights reserved. Apple iPod Touch, 5th Generation, blue version (5 megapixel camera, 3.3mm f/2.4 lens, 1,134x640 16:9 display, 3.1 oz./87 g). My biggest source of is w...
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Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-06
Introduced in September 2012, this fifth-generation iPod Touch is most of an , just without the phone and most of the cost. It has a 5MP camera and comes in 32 GB and 64 GB versions in about five colors. It's thin and weig...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-19
The iPod touch is an excellent gaming and multimedia device. It is essentially an iPhone 5 without the phone, with plenty to offer for those who don't have a smartphone.The new iPod touch is the best iPod Apple's ever built, emulating the iPhone 5 in seve...
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soundandvision.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-16
In truth I have spent the last couple of weeks watching Jaws on two amazing new devices, the Apple iPod touch (fifth generation) and iPod nano (seventh generation). We'll start with the larger, fancier model, the touch, this newest iteration of the belove...
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maclife.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-09
Same screen as iPhone 5. Camera is much improved. Crazy light. We like the wrist strap and Lightning port. Colors look great.
Battery life the same as the last version. iSight camera isn’t exactly flush with the back of the iPod. An iPad-like, no-contract 4G version would be incredible.
The iPod touch used to lag behind the current iPhone in specs, and the fourth-generation iPod touch was the worst: introduced in 2010, it got a white version and a lower price in 2011, and it’s still for sale—but the totally redesigned fifth-gen iPod ...
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imore.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-08
Even though the iPod touch 5 doesn't have as great of a camera as the iPhone 5 , its camera has been severely updated from what was included with its predecessor. The iPod touch 5 is equipped with a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with a f/2.4 five-element...
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imore.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-30
Apple has released a new iPod touch and this time it actually has a decent camera on it. But is it half-way decent or all-the-way decent? If you go iPod touch instead of iPhone 5 , and the camera matters to you, how much are you missing out? That's what w...
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g4tv.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-28
Video Review: The new iPod Touch from apple features a thin aluminum body, a 4-inch Retina Display screen, an iSight camera and iOS 6, taking your music listening experience to a whole new level. Matt Mira and Michael Kosta review the device for its fi...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-16
Better screen, better performance, better camera, similar battery life—the newest iPod touch is in every way a substantial upgrade over its two-year-old predecessor, Impressive IPS screen is of the same quality as the one used in the iPhone 5, Camera peg...
Still no GPS sensor, Ambient light sensor is inexplicably absent
Much has changed since the last time Apple updated the iPod touch. Smartphones have become cheaper and more popular, and free-with-contract models are now available from most manufacturers. Android tablets (and e-readers turned tablets ) have been introdu...
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appleinsider.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-15
Apple's new fifth generation iPod touch takes the model upscale, with a higher entry price that supports better components and features while making room for the newly redesigned iPod nano (and last year's iPod touch) below it...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-12
Excellent 4" Retina display, much faster than previous model, lovely design, great ecosystem of software, media and accessories
As ever, iPhone envy: the iPod Touch 5G is a generation behind the iPhone 5's CPU/GPU. Expensive
twitter: @lisagade) The iPod Touch, now in its fifth generation hardly needs an introduction. This is a 4" iPhone substitute that does everything except make cellular calls (VoIP calls with Skype and FaceTime are a go). With the fifth generation iPod...
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ilounge.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-11
A substantially redesigned and much-improved version of the prior iPod touch, enhancing everything from screen and camera quality to battery life and audio performance. Front and rear cameras are particularly big jumps over prior, poorly-equipped mode...
Only available in $299-$399 models with 32GB and 64GB capacities. Despite two-year gap since prior model’s release, most of the new features are a full step behind leading iPhone and iPad models, cementing the new iPod touch as a smaller, better-scree...
Click Below to Read the Rest of This Review: Apple has painted the iPod family into a corner. Having put its best resources into developing ever-improving iPhones and iPads, the company now routinely saves its most exciting new features for its phone...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-11
Amazing screen, Swift performance, Luxurious design with multiple color options, High-quality camera, iOS 6 with Facebook integration, Awesome game selection,
Pricey, Lackluster speaker quality, Apple's Maps App still needs work
The iPod touch has been the best portable media champ for a long time, enabling people to access the same games, apps and iTunes content as iPhone owners without the monthly fee. And Apple isn't about to give up its wide lead. The 2012 version brings ...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-11
Beautiful designBest-in-class 4-inch displayMuch-improved camerasSiri
Still no GPSPricey
When last we got a new iPod touch, the fourth-generation from 2010, it was so thin relative to other devices of that era we said it looked like "a toothpick." Its 7.2mm thinness was unparalleled -- at the time. But now, just two years later, the iPhone 5 ...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-11
Terrific design and build. Slim and light. Beautiful screen. Tremendous number of apps. Bundled EarPods are much improved.
Expensive. Not natively compatible with earlier models' accessories
It's cheerful, colorful and versatile, and though it technically has competition, Apple's iPod touch still stands alone. While we still classify it as an MP3 player, the fully redesigned iPod touch is more like a smartphone without the phone, bringing mor...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-11
The 2015 Apple iPod Touch offers great performance and an impressive camera in a tiny package
The 4-inch display is far too small, and the battery life is middling. And it's largely redundant if you already have a smartphone or tablet
Editors' note, October 15, 2012: Updated with final battery life results and screen-testing observations. Updated October 23, 2012: In addition to the iPod Touch reviewed here, Apple also now sells an iPad Mini with prices starting at $329. It has the ...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-10
Great display, Thin, light build, Hugely improved camera
No good inexpensive option left, Speaker and earbuds are unimpressive
"Thin" almost isn't a strong enough word to describe the iPod touch. When you finally get it out of its impossible-to-open plastic packaging, it almost feels like you left part of it behind. It really is only a quarter-inch thick, though, and it really do...
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