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iPod touch (Digital music player)

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Topical headingiPod touch (Digital music player)
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See alsoDigital music players
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Portable media players
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Found inWork cat.: 2009023666: Miser, Brad. My iPod touch, 2009: ECIP t.p., etc. (handheld computer; iPod touch models include the applications music, videos, photos, iTunes (providing access to the Wi-Fi Music Store), Safari, YouTube, calendar, contacts, clock, calculator, and settings. Later models added mail, maps, stocks, notes, and weather, which could also be added to the earlier models with the purchase of the iPhone 2.0 software upgrade for the iPod touch)
Apple, Inc., v. June 11, 2009 (features Games. Apps. Music. Movies. TV Shows. The Web. iPod touch puts everything you want to play, watch, or browse on one sleek Multi-Touch device)
Wikipedia, June 11, 2009 (iPod Touch (trademarked and marketed as iPod touch) is a portable media player, personal digital assistant, and Wi-Fi mobile platform designed and marketed by Apple Inc.; controlled by the iPhone OS operating system, but does not include a phone network)
Work cat.: 2009041963: Spivey, Dwight. iPhone & iPod touch quicksteps, 2010: (Your iPhone 3G/iPod touch is basically a miniaturized computer; able to do so much more than you may realize, including making phone calls (iPhone 3G only), sending and receiving e-mail, playing games, and managing your life)
Macworld, Aug. 2009: From the editor's desk, by Jason Snell: (in describing the iPhone and its phoneless counterpart iPod touch, Apple does not want to use the geeky tech. language that we use to describe computers; You and I know that iPhones and iPod touch are really little computers; they have as much processing power as a turn-of-the millennium Mac laptop)