A week ago, Apple made some interesting changes to its lineup of the iPod touch media players. In addition to the cheaper $199/$249/$299 price points for 16/32/64GB models, the baseline model now has a rear camera like the 16 and 32GB variants.
Initially launched in the United States only, the refreshed 16GB iPod touch with a rear camera on Tuesday began rolling out across a number of Apple’s key markets around the world, including in the UK, France, Italy and elsewhere…
In the United Kingdom (thanks, Carlos!), the 16/32/64GB iPod touch sells for £159/£199/£249, which works out to about $273/$341/$427.
The Online Apple Store in Germany offers the 16/32/64GB models for €199/€249/€299 ($272/$340/$410)
All models are now offered in black, space grey, pink, yellow, blue and (Product)RED. Previously, the entry-level model was not available in colors.
As the 16/32/64GB models used to cost $229/$299/$399, it so happens that the flagship 64GB model is now a cool $100 cheaper.
If you’re in the market for an iPod touch, note that good-as-new models now start at just $149.