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iPod touch, nano, and shuffle color comparison photos

Following up on this morning’s unboxing and comparison gallery of the sixth-generation iPod touch, we now have a comparison of the additional colors of the new iPod touch, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle below. Unlike the sixth-generation iPod touch, the traditional iPod models remain identical to the previous versions other than the color changes, with the seventh-generation nano receiving its last update in 2012, and the fourth-generation shuffle having not received a functional update since 2010. The new pink color is a bit more vibrant when compared to the iPod shuffle’s last pink color, which seems a bit more salmon-colored in comparison. The blue on the new iPod touch is a darker, more traditional blue than that found on the iPod touch 5G. We’ve also got shots of the iPod nano in gold, as well as comparisons between past and current iPod blues and pinks.

Also be sure to check out our iPod touch 6G unboxing and comparison photos.

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