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See iPod touch, iPhone comparison videos now

In addition to our unboxing and comparison photos, iLounge has posted a series of comparison videos enabling you to see the iPhone and iPod touch alongside one another. The following videos are available:

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iPod touch versus iPhone Interface Comparison: See the iPod touch and iPhone interfaces running next to each other—everything minus music/video playback, Safari, and iTunes.

iPod touch versus iPhone Safari Loading, Body Comparison: See both devices side-by-side loading pages from Apple.com, then physically compared to one another, then loading YouTube.

iPod touch iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store: See the new iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store being accessed briefly from the iPhone.

iPod touch and iPhone Music and Video Playback: See how both devices play music and video content, including the iPod touch’s new double Home button click feature, which brings volume and track controls to the screen even if it’s in Hold mode or in the midst of another application.

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Comments

1

Lets see those double-click popup music controls!

Posted by lani on September 13, 2007 at 5:43 PM (PDT)

2

Does the iPod Touch have a glass screen like the iPhone, or is it plastic like the other iPod models?

Posted by franticnomad on September 13, 2007 at 6:34 PM (PDT)

3

From what I am reading elsewhere it seems that Apple may have used a different screen that the iPhone because blacks are not resolving well. Looking forward to some indepth analysis of this.

Posted by aswitcher in Sydney OZ on September 14, 2007 at 4:57 AM (PDT)

4

Hey iLounge…is it just me, or do most of your YouTube videos not have sound?  What’s up?  Thanks for all of the breaking coverage just the same!

Posted by StayHuman on September 14, 2007 at 5:56 AM (PDT)

5

Cool photo of the entire iPod family! Is there a hi-res copy of it somewhere else on the site?

Posted by macdaddyjoshua on September 14, 2007 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

6

Has any one noticed how apple is king of the hardware remmix?

Its interseting to note how with each new ipod genration they take style cues from an older model and mix with a new hardware feature.  For example….

1G hard edged, flat face plate with physical scroll wheel and buttons.  This eventually moved to touch scroll wheel with physical buttons around the circle.

Then came the hideious all touch the face had changed significantly with rounded corners.

Next model up included the scroll wheel that mashed up physical buttons with the touch wheel.  Taking the best of the previous two iterations.  This model kept the round edges.

After that, they kept the scroll wheel but the model included a new and more atrractive version of the original flat, hard edged face plate.

In the latest models we mash up all aluminim face plate that takes rounded cue edges from the 2g and of course uses the scroll wheel.

My point is that Apple inducstrial design is a series of improvments that keep mashing up design cues from previous editions.

Posted by op3c on September 14, 2007 at 8:02 AM (PDT)

7

Aswitcher: Mentioned in the Ten Things You Need to Know About iPhone article.

StayHuman: We use sound where necessary and leave it out when we want to reduce file sizes.

Macdaddy: Yes - use the link to the unboxing and comparison photos.

Posted by Jeremy Horwitz in East Amherst, NY, USA on September 14, 2007 at 8:03 AM (PDT)

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