By September 1, 2010

Apple unveil three new iPods


At Apples press conference today in the USA Steve Jobs introduced us to all new versions of the iPod Shuffle, Nano and Touch.

The iPod Shuffle will go back to its familiar design complete with buttons and clip, and will hold 4 GB of music. The new Shuffle will be available in five different colors and retail for $49.

The new iPod Nano will be a small, multitouch, square device, have a clip – like the Shuffle – and will be sold in seven different colors; including a Product(RED) version. It will be available in an 8 GB model for $149 and a 16 GB model for $179.

Last but not least was the iPod Touch. The new device is thinner, lighter, has Apple’s Retina display, 1 GHz A4 processor, front facing camera with FaceTime support, rear-facing camera with 720p HD recording, iOS 4.1 support, and 3-axis gyroscope. The iPod Touch will retail for: 8GB $229, 32 GB $299, 64 GB $399.

All three new models are available for pre-order today and will start shipping next week.

Great news for iPods all round I say.


Posted by: James

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