iPod Touch 5 or 6…how can you tell the difference?
It’s not easy, but on the iPod Touch 5, there’s a “loop button” that you could attach a lanyard to…and the new iPod Touch 6 doesn’t have it! The differences are on the inside. The Processing chip is one of the two biggest upgrades in the new iPod touch. It matches the iPhone 6 with a 64-bit Apple A8 SoC – a huge step forward from the 2011-era A5 found in the old model.
The camera is the other big upgrade in the new iPod touch. Its rear camera has the same 8 MP resolution that the last four iPhone flagships (starting with the iPhone 4s) have had.
The great news is that we re now offering a full line of repairs, and have already satisfied several customers (fixing broken screens mostly!) So if you find yourself having problems with your new Touch, give Mission Repair a call.
I snapped this pic (while riding in the car) on my way to New Orleans last week:
It may be kind of hard to tell, but one of the first things to strike you with a sense of wonder when you visit the deep South is the grandeur of beautiful, draping Spanish moss decorating the huge trees.
While the hanging moss has a mysterious appeal for people not used to seeing such natural beauty, Spanish moss-draped live oak trees thrive in the southeastern United States. If you don’t live there, then the charming and somewhat spooky appearance of the silver-gray strands, hanging like natural Halloween decorations, summon images of old plantations, bayous and the swamps like seen in movies. In fact, we were driving over marshland when I took this pic.
When it sways in the wind at night, this tangled “tree hair,” as the Native Americans called it, is both eerie and intriguing. French explorers dubbed it “Spanish Beard” as an insult, so the Spanish then named this moss “French Hair.” It’s been used as bedding, stuffing, upholstery, insulation, mulch, medicine and in arts and crafts; it’s even been used as an ingredient in making voodoo dolls.
Well, as a “first-timer” seeing these amazing trees I didn’t do anything with them except admire them for their beauty. Simply awesome.
Visiting Louisiana anytime soon? Don’t forget to take in the natural beauty too.
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