When Apple introduced the iPhone in January, 2007, it wasn't long before users wanted a dedicated widescreen iPod with touch controls. The wish was granted in September, 2007 with the Wi-Fi-enabled iPod Touch. It could play music, movies and browse the Internet. The Touch quickly became the flagship iPod, helped by the popular iTunes App Store. The 8GB and 16GB models were quickly joined by a 32GB model.