iPod touch (2nd generation)
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Second Generation iPod Touch
|Release date||September 9, 2008|
|CPU||Single-core ARM S5L8720 @ 533MHz|
|Storage||8GB / 16GB / 32GB of NAND flash|
|Predecessor||iPod Touch (First Generation)|
|Successor||iPod Touch (Third Generation)|
|ARBL||36 Hours of Music, 6 Hours of Video|
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The iPod touch (2nd generation) was released September 9, 2008 as the successor to the original iPod touch. It featured a tapered design, similar to the Unibody Macs, and several new features, including but not only a built-in speaker, Bluetooth (with iPhone OS 3.0), and volume buttons. It originally shipped with iPhone OS 2.1, but was supported up to iOS 4.2.1.
- Battery: 2.7Wh, 3.7V, 730mAh Lithium-polymer
- Interface: 30 pin dock connector (USB Charge/Sync Only)