Apple September 1 Music Event 2010
Steve Jobs (aka Apple Inc.) introduced today the new iPod Touch, iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, iOS 4.1 with iOS 4.2 preview, iTunes 10 with Ping, and Apple TV.
New iPods, iTunes 10, and The New Apple TV! - HD
From the Apple News Room
Apple Introduces New iPod touch
Apple today announced the new iPod touch, packed with incredible new features including Apple’s stunning Retina display, FaceTime video calling, HD video recording, Apple’s A4 chip, 3-axis gyro, iOS 4.1, and Game Center — all combined in the thinnest and lightest iPod touch ever. The new iPod touch features up to 40 hours of music playback and seven hours of video playback on a single battery charge.
Apple Reinvents iPod nano with Multi-Touch
iPod nano has been completely redesigned with Multi-Touch, which lets you navigate your music collection by simply tapping or swiping a finger on the display. Nearly half the size and weight of the previous generation, the new iPod nano features a polished aluminum and glass enclosure with a built-in clip, making it instantly wearable.
Apple Unveils New iPod shuffle
The redesigned iPod shuffle features both clickable buttons and Apple’s innovative VoiceOver technology, enabling you to easily navigate your music and playlists without ever looking at your iPod shuffle. The wearable iPod shuffle has an all-aluminum enclosure with a built-in clip and comes in five brilliant colors — silver, blue, green, orange, and pink.
Apple Introduces iTunes 10 with Ping
iTunes 10 features Ping, a new social network for music that lets you follow your favorite artists and friends to discover what music they’re talking about, listening to, and downloading. With Ping you can post your thoughts and opinions, your favorite albums and songs, and the music you’ve downloaded from iTunes — plus view concert listings and tell your friends which concerts you plan to attend.
Apple Premieres New Apple TV
The new Apple TV offers the simplest way to watch your favorite HD movies and TV shows on your HD TV for the breakthrough price of just $99. With Apple TV, you can choose from the largest online selection of HD movies to rent, including first-run movies for just $4.99, and the largest online selection of HD TV show episodes to rent — from ABC, ABC Family, Fox, Disney Channel, and BBC America — for just 99 cents.Apple Event Announcements Rundown (NYT)
Jobs demos iPod, iTunes, Apple TV updates (CNET)
New iPods, Apple TV -- Event Photos (TheStreet)
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