The iPod Touch’s Face Time feature can connect to a similar iPod touch or the iPhone 4 over Wi-Fi. It’s two camera’s provide two different view (one on the front, which focuses on the user and one on the back) that makes it possible to switch between both views at any time during a video call.
Videos can be recorded and edited in high-definition with its 720 HD video camera. Users can edit and create mini-blockbusters using its new iMovie app while an advanced backside illumination sensor makes it possible to capture video in high- or low-light settings.
This provide new iPod Touch users with the highest-resolution iPod screen yet, with four times the pixel count of previous iPod models. It improves the user-experience by making graphics and images sharper and text crispier than ever.
The iPod Touch’s new Game Centre app makes it possible to add more players to a user’s gaming network by inviting friends to join. Furthermore, users can automatically play with other users in a multi-player game, view score ranks and compare game achievements.