iPod features two cameras

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iPod features two camerasOne of the first 100 submissions with the correct answer to the following question will win a new iPod Touch today:  What large IT company started in a garage in Palo Alto, CA in 1939?

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FaceTime on iPod touch lets you hang out, catch up, and goof off with friends in an entirely new way. With just a tap, you can see what your friends are up to — literally. Witness a prank in action. Or watch your friend on the other side of the country crack up at your stories from last night — new iPod touch to new iPod touch or iPhone 4 over Wi-Fi. And all you need to get started is an Apple ID and an email account. You can choose an email account you already have or, if you prefer, set up a new one. You’ll never see fun the same way again.

Two cameras, two views.

You can never have, or see, too much fun. That’s why iPod touch has two cameras: One on the front, which focuses on you. And one on the back, which focuses on what’s in front of you.  FaceTime lets you switch between them at any time during a video call. Just tap a button. So if you’re people-watching at a coffee shop and you spot someone entertaining (or famous), your friend gets to see, too.

“You should have seen it!” is a thing of the past. Because with iPod touch, you’ll always have a great HD video camera with you. Say you’re at a party and you see someone popping and locking. You’re ready to capture the moment in all its glory. In high-definition 720p video. You can record video in low-light settings, thanks to the advanced backside illumination sensor. You can even edit and create your own mini blockbuster right on iPod touch using the new iMovie app — with Apple-designed themes, titles, and transitions. It’s available on the App Store for $4.99.

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