February 06, 2008
| by Arlen Schweiger
There’s always some high anticipation over when Apple decides to up the ante on gigabytes for its iPod (I’m still impressed by last year’s 160-GB unveiling) and, now, the iPhone too.
The latest announcement in that realm came yesterday for Apple fans, as the Cupertino, CA-based company doubled the capacity for the newest versions of both products (the Touch model, in iPod’s case).
That translates to a 16-GB iPhone and a 32-GB iPod Touch, which will both carry a retail tag of $499.
Both models already come i the 8-GB variety, while the Touch also has a 16-GB family member. To refresh your memory, the 8-GB iPhone is $399, and the 8- and 16-GB iPod Touch models are $299 and $399, respectively.
Head to the Apple store to find out more. Read the entire press release here.
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com
and Electronic House magazine.