iPod Touch 5th Gen (model A1421) Buttons
Parts that work with iPod Touch 5th Gen (model A1421):
iPod touch (5th Gen) Lightning Connector and Headphone Jack Assembly
Replace a damaged or corroded lightning port, headphone jack, internal home button switch, or a torn main flex cable in a 5th generation iPod Touch.
iPod touch (5th Gen) Home Button
Replace a broken or damaged home button for your fifth generation iPod touch with this part.
Apple introduced the 5th generation iPod Touch in September 2012 featuring a multi-touch "retina" display with 1136x640 resolution, support for Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Siri, and AirPlay. The 5th generation iPod Touch was originally available with 32 or 64 GB of storage (model number A1421). From May 2013 to May 2014, a 5th generation iPod Touch with 16 GB of storage and no rear facing camera (model number A1509) was available. This was replaced in June 2014 with a 5th generation iPod Touch with 16 GB of storage that restored the rear facing camera and the model number A1421.