Apple Announces New iPods, iTunes 10, Social Network, AppleTV
Steve Jobs gave his iPod keynote this morning. He started with iOS 4.1 and Game Center which will be coming out next week. iOS 4.2 will add printing to the iPad and will be out in November. The new iPod Shuffle has buttons again, and costs $49. The new iPod Nano has a tiny multi-touch screen, and an FM radio, and starts at $149. The new (thinner) Touch has the iPhone 4 screen, an A4 chip, and FaceTime over WiFi, starting at $229 for 8GB. They all ship next week.
iTunes 10 looks the same, but adds a social network called “Ping,” which basically looks like Last.fm integrated, and should be out today.
AppleTV is updating: 1/4th the size, no purchases — only rentals. 99 cents for TV rentals (ABC & Fox), Netflix on Demand built in, and for $99.
- Apple Introduces iTunes 10 With Ping – Social Network For Music – Available For Download
- Apple In Talks To Bring $0.99 TV Rentals To ITunes
- Apple Announces 1 Million Users Have Joined Ping; Steve Jobs Defends iTunes 10 Logo
- iTunes 10.1 Streams iPhoto Videos To Apple TV; Updated iTunes App Brings Ping To iPad
- Spammers Attack Apple’s Ping Social Network