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Apple Tunes Up Its iPod Line, Adds a Splash of Color, New Features for Touch

All new iPod models will be available in five colors.

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Who says the iPod is dead? Okay, well, maybe the classic MP3 player is dust, but Apple updated the rest of the iPod lineup today — adding a splash of color to the iPod nano and shuffle and some significant upgrades to the iPod touch.

The iPod touch will boast a speedier A8 processor for improved graphics performance when playing games and a motion co-processor to track fitness activities. It sports a new eight-megapixel camera for photos and an improved FaceTime HD camera for better selfies. The iPod touch also provides access to the new Apple Music service, which features Apple’s Beats 1 livestreamed radio station.

The new iPod touch starts at $199 for the 16 gigabyte model and ranges up to $399 for a 128GB version, which is available for the first time. All the iPods are available in five colors: space gray, silver, gold, pink and blue.

This article originally appeared on Recode.net.

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