The first step in setting up your iPod Touch is tapping the power button to turn the device on. The screen displays "Hello" in different languages, after which you can slide either left or right to start setting up. In case you have poor vision, turn on VoiceOver or Zoom.
Next, select your region. As you need an Internet connection for the rest of the steps, ensure you are in an area with Wi-Fi. After connecting to a Wi-Fi network, choose whether to enable or disable Location Services on the iPod.
Depending on whether you are using an iPod for the first time, choose between setting the iPod Touch up as a new device or restoring from either an iCloud or an iTunes backup. Next, tap Agree to accept Apple's terms and conditions. You can then sign in with your Apple ID or skip the step to create one later.
Next, upgrade to iCloud drive, and set up iMessage and FaceTime. In case you need a passcode, create it. Set up iCloud keychain, and then choose whether or not to use Siri. Also, choose whether you want to share the device's app analytics. Afterwards, choose a display resolution, and then tap Get Started to start using the device.