If you want the apps, but aren't too bothered about the phone, the iPod touch has always been a good way to go.Now there's a cheaper way to go with the newly-launched 16GB model, which comes in at £199, £50 less than the 32GB model from last year. Cheaper obviously because of the reduced storage, but also because this model loses the rear-facing camera too. Which obviously could have a knock-on effect on some of the apps available.Aside from that, this is just the same iPod touch, with 4-inch Retina screen and dual-core A5 chip. Actually, there's one other concession for going cheap. Colours options are limited to just one - grey.If you can deal with that, the 'budget' iPod touch is available now.