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iPod touch price cut, new 16GB model now in UK

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Apple's newest 16 GB iPod touch is finally making its way around the world, complete with a reduced price and fancy new colors. Hitting U.S. stores in late June, the new touch is now available for sale in the UK for £159. It previously cost £199. Beyond the new color selections the new iPod touch also features the same 5 megapixel iSight camera found in its higher storage capacity siblings.

Of course if you're looking for more storage you're still in luck; the 32 GB and 64 GB models have also seen a price drop in the UK. A 32 GB model will now set you back £199, down from its original cost of £249, while the 64 GB now runs £249, a considerable discount from its old price of £329.

You can find the specs, colors, and price information for yourself right now over in the UK Apple Store.

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