Apple has revealed its new line of iPods this morning, showing off the new iPod Touch, Nano, and iPod shuffle.
Apple calls the new, fifth generation iPod Touch "best iPod touch we've ever made." It's 6.1mm thick, 88 grams in weight, and features a 4-inch, widescreen display (the same as the new iPhone), an aluminum back with a brushed finish, and a speaker on the bottom. It offers GPS, has 7x faster graphics than the old iPod touch, and it even features Siri.
Apple also unveiled its new line of iPod Nanos. The Nano is sporting a radically different look. It comes in seven different colors and now looks like a tiny iPhone. It's 38 percent thinner than previous models, with a 2.5” Screen, Multitouch, and Home Button. It features an Integrated FM Tuner with a Live Pause feature, for anyone who still listens to the actual radio. It plays video for the first time, and features a built-in pedometer. It will be available in October - $149 for 16GB
The new Nano and Touch are available in October. 5th gen iPod touch 32GB is $299 or 64GB for $399. 4th gen iPod touch stays around, 16GB for $199 or 32GB for $249. iPod nano is 16GB for $149. The 2GB Shuffle is $49 still.
You'll need headphones to go with your Touch, and Apple has you covered. They've totally retooled their headphones as well. They are no longer called "Earbuds." You'll now refer to them as "Earpods." Three years in development, the earpods are "better fitting," according to Apple, and they are available today.