Apple iPod Touch gets front and rear facing cameras

Update: Hands-on gallery with the new iPod Touch

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New iPod Touch unveiled by Steve Jobs in iPod overhaul

Apple has announced an overhauled range of iPods during the ‘Special Event’ at its Cupertino headquarters today with the iPod Touch given an iPhone 4 styled update.

Althoughnot taking the square body of the iPhone 4 as many expected, the new look iPod Touch has slimmed down despite added a feast of new tech delights. Taking the Retina display from the latest Apple blower, the new Touch will feature both front and rear cameras as well as Apple's video calling feature FaceTime when it goes on sale next week.

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Taking to the stage in a trademark blacksweater Steve Jobs unveiled thenew range of iPods proudly proclaiming that for this year's PMP updates Apple has“gone wild”. Joining the Touch in the iPod update is the rest of the range as both the iPod Shuffle and iPod Nanoare givensignificant updates.

Continuing to take notes from its smartphone sibling the Touch adds Apple's A4 processing chip and 3-axis gyroscope for improved gaming. The Touch'sgaming credentialswill be further boosted by the Game Centre featured in theiOS 4.1 update that it will come packed with the new Touch at launch.

Whilst the Touch's new front-facing camera will allow for FaceTime calling between all compatible iPod Touch and iPhone 4 devices, it is the device's rear camera that offers the cream of the recording crop with 720p HD video capabilities joining the snapper.

Available in three sizes, 8GB, 32GB and 64GB, the new iPod Touch is available for pre-order today ahead of shipping next week priced at £189, £249 and £329 respectively.

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