Apple iPod Touch 3G 8GB / 32GB / 64GB

  • Apple iPod Touch 3G 8GB / 32GB / 64GB
88
Based on 46 scores, 59 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    27
  • Good:
    18
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Can hold 64GB of storage.
  • Voice Control.
  • VoiceOver.

Cons:

  • No FM radio.
  • Touch VoiceOver not to be confused with simpler shuffle VoiceOver.

Expert reviews and ratings

By About.com on

The iPod touch is widely referred to as the iPhone without the phone. That’s because the iPod touch has almost all of the iPhone’s features except for the connection to AT&T’s EDGE network, meaning that it doesn’t offer...

By Hardware Secrets on

The iPod touch is more than just a music player. It is truly a PC in your pocket. Use it to listen to music, watch movies, play games, check email, or surf the web. Except for making phone calls, it can do just about everything a smart phone can do,...

By TopTenREVIEWS on 100

If you are looking for an MP3 player that offers more than just music, this is the best option for...

By ElectricPig.co.uk on 100

The iPod touch 3G crashed into the world more than six months ago, almost an eternity in gadget time. We’ve seen a ton of new screen tech, slim audio players and the arrival of Android media players since then, so can Apple’s flagship iPod...

By ITP.net on 80

An improvement over its predecessor and while it's great to use every day, it isn’t quite perfect....

By Home Cinema Choice on 100

Naturally the player's jukebox ability is comparable to other iPods, but the larger screen makes it an excellent video player in its own right, with the caveat that once again file support is limited. Naturally, getting non-native video content to...

By ElectricPig.co.uk on 100

Put simply, this is still the best portable media player that money can...

By ElectricPig.co.uk on 80

A mediocre update for the iPod touch, but the extra capacity is a great...

By Big Picture Big Sound on 88

The annual modifications were less obvious on this go-around, especially when compared to this year's inclusion of a video camera on its headline-grabbing cousin, the fifth-generation iPod nano. I can't advise you to ditch your second-gen touch...

By Zath UK on

When Apple released the original iPod Touch back in 2007, I don’t think even they knew what it would become. One button, a touch screen for navigation and a “Mac OS X” operating system… Well, the release event was the only time...

By PCWorld New Zealand on 85

I’m not usually a big fan of touchscreens, but I have to admit, having one in an iPod makes finding and listening to music a lot easier. The latest third generation iPod Touch may lack the video camera and FM tuner features of Apple’s other...

By PCWorld India on 88

With its big multitouch screen and sleek interface, the iPod Touch offered superior audio and video playback. It also offers a great Web browsing and gaming experience making it our top choice for...

By AsiaOne on

iPHONE fans who are charmed by the wizardry of the device's unique user interface and applications have an alternative in the form of the iPod touch, which is in many ways an...

By V3.co.uk on 100

Not just a music player, the Touch is a versatile miniature computer Good points Decent capacity; swift web browser; app store allows you to add extras Bad points Music controls trapped on headphone cable...

By Stuff.tv on 100

It’s pricey, but the new Touch’s storage boost and multimedia skills make it the ultimate pocket entertainer...

By TechTree on 90

Two years ago when Apple launched the iPod touch, it instantly achieved the title of the best portable media player in the market. The iPod touch was nothing more than an iPhone with the phone call functionality stripped off, which means it still had...

By Tech2 on 80

While I like this concept as it provides you with quite a bit of control of your music playback and all of it without even removing the device from your pocket I think it still needs a bit of refining. The good thing is it doesn’t need to be...

By Whathifi.com on 100

The iPod Touch was an uber-desirable machine even before announced the arrival of a third-generation model, complete with a bumped-up 64GB of storage.And, in storage land, bigger is undoubtedly better. This means more space for uncompressed tunes,...

By Expert Reviews on 80

The iPod touch got perhaps the least attention of any iPod in the line-up's latest revamp. Stand this model beside its predecessors and you wouldn't know the difference. Externally, it's nigh-on identical, with a polished-steel back, a...

By Macsimum News on 80

Of course, the fourth gen touch still handles handles music, photo, videos, etc., with aplomb (as most iPods do) but is also a fine handheld gaming machine. And a plethora of fun, reasonably priced games that take advantage of the iPod touch (and...