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iPod Touch - Buying an iPod Touch Tomorrow


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It's my 18th birthday tomorrow and ill will mostly be getting money so i thought i will spend a bit and save a bit.
I looking the iPod touch if i buy one from the Apple Retail Store tomorrow will it have the extra apps added to it or not? It's no big deal if it doesn't.

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Nope, you have to buy them yourself on the iTunes store for extra money. $20 in the US. Not sure what it is in the UK.

I got a touch for a bday present from my aunt (she didn't know I had an iPhone) and I think it's useless. You can't get on the internet unless your around a hotspot or other wireless network. But hey, maybe you will use it more than what I use it for (use it to plug into car stereo).

*EDIT: Sorry, misread your post. All of the new ones will come with the extra apps at no extra cost.

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It should most probably have the extra apps. If it doesn't, you could very well ask the store people to install them for you for free.
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Oh that's a bonus then! Thanks guys.

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Sounds like Apple stores are aware of existing and new stock differences and so I would ask about it upon purchase. They should either install them for you or sell it to you at a reduced price if it's not updated.

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Just popped in to the Solihul Apple Store and they took the price of the apps off the price of the iPod. So instead of £199 it was £186.

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