the term itouch or ipod touch?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by robby10ant, Dec 29, 2008.

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itouch or ipod touch

  1. itouch

    33 vote(s)
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  2. ipod touch

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    79.6%
  1. robby10ant

    robby10ant New Member

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    yes, their are some similair posts, however i just want to c it done in a poll version...

    so, how do u say it, itouch or ipod touch?...

    some people really flip on here when u say itouch, and honestly i dont c what the big deal is, afterall, its just a quicker (and easier) way to say it, and it saves 4 characters when u type it. my vote goes to itouch
  2. murphmanny

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    There is no such thing as an itouch. There is however something called the iPod touch.

    This thread was unnecessary.
  3. NickPod

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    The proper term is iPod Touch. And yes, many people do flip out when you say "iTouch".

    I personally prefer iPod Touch, just because it's proper... and because there really is no such thing as an iTouch... it's just a term made up by somebody who either a) didn't know what the proper name is or b) is too lazy to pronounce or type the correct name.

    I don't see what the point of this thread is though; it's not like people are going to start using whichever term has the most votes.
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    idc wat u call it.. its an ipod touch
  5. sotaku22

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    The itouch is a keyboard sitting in my basement

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  6. robby10ant

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    alot of threads are unnecessary, i just think it will be interesting to c...

    it may be named the ipod touch, but i think it just makes more since to call it the itouch, its quicker and easier to say...

    again, i just think it will be interesting to c
  7. murphmanny

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    I just want to clarify this:

    It's NOT iPod Touch, it's iPod touch. Just wanted to make it clear for everyone. And there is no capital "I" in any of Apple's products.

    But, spell it however you would like.
  8. *Soul~Of~iTouch*

    *Soul~Of~iTouch* New Member

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    I agree.

    Guys, humans make life easier for themselves, not harder. "iPod Touch" has 9 charactors or 10 if you count the space and "iTouch" has 6. If my math is not so screwed up yet, "iTouch" has lesser charactors and will be easier to both type on the keyboard and speak.
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    As previously stated it's not an itouch tha is a keyboard!! It's called an iPod touch.

    If apple wanted it to be called anything other than an iPod touch then they would have gave it a different name.
  10. NickPod

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    If Apple can say it's the funnest iPod, then I can use a capital T.

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    Joking, of course.
    I didn't know it wasn't a capital T, I just assumed it was. Thank you for pointing it out -- now I know for future use.

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    I don't think 4 characters and about 1 whole second (or less for those of us who type fast) of your time is a matter of easier or harder. It's more like a matter of being lazy or not lazy.

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