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Apple iPod Touch 1st Generation 2007 Specs

iPod touch - MA623LL/A - iPod1,1 - A1213

About This iPod

The iPod touch comes with a full face multi-touch screen. It does not have the scroll wheels that are common with the old versions of the iPod which gives it the look of a futuristic device and allows it to revolutionize the portable music device industry. Some of the capabilities of this device include – Wi-Fi support, ability to store photos and videos apart from just songs and be able to playback. Its battery was able to support 22 hours of music playback and about 5 hours of video playback. There is no FireWire support in this version as Apple chose to use a lighting connector for both charging and data transfer. A larger driving force for the device was the Apple app store which allowed developers to put their apps on the device. 

Storage & Memory

The iPod touch runs on a 128 MB RAM and has versions that came with 8 GB of storage space and can take an estimated – 1750 songs/10,000 photos; the 16 GB version can take 3500 songs/20,000 photos and the 32 GB version can take 7000 songs/25, 000 photos.

    Screen Size and Resolution

    The iPod touch comes with a 3.5-inch color display with 320×480 (163 ppi) native resolution. The screen features multi-touch capability which allowed users to use more than one finger to interact with the screen.

      OS & Processor


      The iPod touch has iPhone OS 1.0 pre-installed and is powered by a 400 MHz Samsung ARM processor. The use of Samsung components is carried throughout the line and extended to the mobile devices. Apple will be changing over to their own mobile chip in future products.




      The iPod touch comes with a Lithium Ion battery that provides up to 22 hours of music playback. This is an inflated amount which does not reflect the time use if you are using applications or anything to do with the screen. The 22 hours of use only applies to music playback.




      The iPod touch comes with USB data transfer and charging support and an audio out via a headphone jack. Through its dock support, it can perform a video out but only using an Apple lightning cable or any connecting device that has an “Apple Authentication ” chip included.

      400 MHz Samsung ARM

      128 MB

      8 – 32 GB

      22 Hours


      The iPod touch operating system can be upgraded from the pre-installed iPhone OS 1.0 to iPhone OS 3.1.3. Unfortunately, like most other portable devices, no physical upgrades are possible and thus all improvements are made via software.


      Introduction Date: September 5, 2007

      Discontinued Date: September 9, 2008





      Onboard RAM

      128 MB

      Processor Speed

      400 MHz


      Processor Type

      Samsung ARM


      8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB

      Connectivity Details

      Song Capacity

      1750, 3500, 7000

      USB Support

      Sync & Charge

      Photo Capacity

      10,000, 20,000, 25,000

      FireWire Support



      Standard Wireless


      Case Type


      Standard Bluetooth


      Form Factor

      iPod touch

      Cell Network


      Housing Color


      Battery Details



      Battery Type

      Lithium Ion

      Apple Order Number


      Battery Life

      22 hours (Music)

      Apple Subfamily

      iPod touch

      Stand by Time


      Apple Model Number

      A1213 (EMC N/A)

      Operating System and Display

      Model ID

      iPod 1.1

      Pre-installed OS

      iPhone OS 1.0



      Maximum OS

      iPhone OS 3.1.3



      Built-in Display

      3.5 inch Color

      Average Weight

      4.2 oz

      Display Resolution

      320×480 (163 ppi)

      Mac Support

      Mac OS 10.4.10

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