The iPod Touch has been revamped in lots of features and customers anticipate Nano and Shuffle to be handled the identical.

This composite product image provided by Apple shows varieties of the new iPod Touch, available for sale on Wednesday, July 15, 2015. While the new Touch models will come in a variety of sizes ranging from 16 GB to 128 GB to store songs and other data, the upgraded processor and pixel-dense camera make the devices more smartphone than Walkman. The Touch is essentially an iPhone without cellular capabilities, as it runs the same iOS operating system and most of the same apps.

On top of the potential collusion between Apple and music labels, Spotify and other freemium websites have been complaining about how their services are charged in the Apple’s App Store.

Internally, the new iPod Touch models are being outfitted with the same 64-bit A8 CPU processor that powers the iPhone 6, and Apple execs said the functionality between the two won’t be that far apart.

It’s the first time in almost three years that Apple has released a new iPod, which fell into obscurity after the rise of the iPhone that can do everything an iPod does, according to ABC News. The company also said that the rear camera can take sharper pictures, at 8 megapixels. The iSight and FaceTime HD cameras enable slo-mo and burst mode.

Although the iPod touch has an accelerometer and M8 processor to track basic fitness, it doesn’t have all of the iPhone’s sensors.

The A8 chip also allows users to play immersive games for hours at a stretch while preserving battery life. It has been reported previously that the iPod touch can now take panoramas. And this week Apple refreshed its iPod touch – and it’s a very good indication of what we can expect from a possible “iPhone 6c”.

Many people now listen to music on smartphones rather than iPods, though. Pricing for the updated iPod Touch initiates at $199 for the 16GB model. “This may be the last refresh for this iconic product before we see it fade into history”. The four models are priced at $199, $249, $299 and $399, respectively. There’s no barometer to measure steps climbed and no fingerprint ID to unlock the device. The devices also include Apple’s built-in iOS 8 apps, such as iMessage, which lets users send free messages using WiFi, Photos, iCloud and Apple’s Siri personal digital assistant.

The screen remains at 4 inches, measured diagonally, even though iPhones have got bigger at 4.7 and 5.5 inches.