What is different between 4th gen and the 5th gen iPod touch
- Asked by Dylan Z from Belding
1 Answer from the Community
There are many differences.
The most noticeable one is probably screen size - 3.5 inches diagonal vs. 4 inches on the 5th generation.
The 5th generation has more of a color selection to offer as well.
The 5th generation has significantly better cameras.
The 5th generation has a better processor (the chip inside), Lightning dock connector, new EarPods, a connectable loop (wrist strap), and is thinner and lighter than the 4th generation.
Another thing to consider is future use - the 5th generation will stay current longer than the 4th generation will. It will also have longer coverage and support more updates than the 4th generation.
Whichever one you choose, I hope you make the right choice. If you want to look at this yourself instead of asking us, (I can't post a link here), go to the Apple website, click iPod, scroll towards the bottom, and click Compare iPod models.
- Answered by Robert B from Mchenry
- May 19, 2013