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[* orange] Sporting a fancy new model number (A1574), this truly is the 6th generation of the iPod Touch.
[* black] This new Touch now comes in gold, in addition to blue, pink, (Product)Red, silver, and space gray.
[* black] The bottom of the device contains no surprises with a now-familiar Lightning port, headphone jack, and speaker grille.
[* black] Unlike the iPhone 5s and 6, this Touch lacks a Touch ID sensor. Although this means that users can't use Apple Pay, this is good news for repairability since Touch ID buttons are [http://9to5mac.com/2013/10/31/the-inner-workings-of-touch-id-each-fingerprint-sensor-is-paired-to-a-specific-a7-chip/|paired to their corresponding processor|new_window=true].
[* black] On the other side, the ''in''side, we catch a glimpse of the home button and Lightning connector.
[* icon_note] The little curved prongs help your Lightning connector snap into place, and stay there.

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