The new fourth generation iPod Touch debuted with the Retina Display and 720p video recording capabilities. The iPod Touch is like an iPhone without the phone, GPS, and 5mp camera. Obviously Apple could not include all of those features and keep pricing the same for the iPod Touch line up. That’s wishful thinking.
The blogÂ letemsvetemapplem.eu has just posted some comparison videos of the iPhone 4 versus the latest iPod Touch. The first video shows the differences between the two displays. The iPhone 4 display includes IPS (in-plane switching) which allows for better viewing angles. The iPod Touch is amazingly thin though sitting next to its big brother, the iPhone 4:
In the second video, there’s a side by side comparison of 720p footage shot by both devices. Here’s what I noticed:
– the iPod Touch has darker hues
– the iPod Touch seems to have a wider angle
– the iPhone 4 colors appear more vivid; a bit overexposed at certain times
– video stability is an issue with both devices; the iPhone 4 seems jerkier
Take a look for yourself:
Anyone out there with the new iPod Touch? How do you like it so far?