Announced at Apple’s ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ event last week, the white version of the 4th generation iPod touch doesn’t bring a lot of new features to the table, save for that gleaming white visage. It does come with iOS 5 pre-installed, saving you the hassle of downloading it along with the rest of the world. And as a reminder, you’re looking at $219 for the 8GB model, $329 for the 32GB and $439 for the 64GB. [iLounge via Cult of Mac]
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