Apple’s iOS devices generally aren’t cheap for most people, but there have been a few exceptions in the past.
Devices like the iPad Mini, iPhone SE, and iPod Touch delivered a more affordable iOS experience for many users.
Apple has decided to resurrect it, announcing the 2019 iPod Touch today.
The Cupertino company is positioning the device as an affordable way to get into augmented reality, Group Facetime, the Apple Arcade platform, and other Apple services.
The refreshed gadget offers a 2016-era Apple A10 Fusion chipset, which debuted in the iPhone 7 series.
In other words, it’s less powerful than the last crop of iPhones and even the 2017 models.