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Apple cuts prices of iPod Touch by up to 25%
Apple cuts prices of iPod Touch by up to 25%

Apple on Thursday lowered prices of its declining-in-interest iPod Touch portable media players and upgraded the cheapest option to include the same rear camera and color varieties as its brethren. The 64-gigabyte version of the newest iPod Touch, at $299, is now $100 cheaper. The 32-gigabyte version came down to $249 from $299. The 16-gigabyte version, now with a rear-facing camera, costs $199 instead of $229. The price drops hint that Apple is trying to clear store shelves ahead of the release of a new set of iPods, which have seen new introductions about every two years since an initial release in 2001. The current set of iPod Touch devices went on sale in Sept. 2012. Some analysts...

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