New iPod Touch, 160GB Classic and a fatty Nano
So, all the speculations are right. The entire line-up of iPods have been replaced — thinner form factor, bigger storage, longer battery life, and wifi.
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First, the new iPod Nano — 4GB and 8GB flash-based storage, 24 hours music playback and 5 hours video playback (yes, it can now play videos), iPod games included, a 2-inch 320 x 240 pixel screen, and costs $149 and $199.
The old iPod videos are now called iPod Classic — full metal design, 5 hours video and 25 hours music playback for the 80GB and 7 hours video and 40 hours music playback for the 160GB HDD version.
Then, the much expected iPod Touch – much like the iPhone at 8mm thick, 480 x 320 pixel 3.5″ touch screen, 8GB or 16GB flash drive, Safari browser, Coverflow, Wifi 802.11 b/g, plays 22 hours of audio and 5 hours of video.
Apple also lowered the prices including the iPhone which is now at $399, the iPod Touch at $299 and $399, the iPod Classic at $249 and , the Nano at $149 and $199, and the Shuffle at $79. This could be a really nice upcoming gadget holiday. That iPod Nano is such an ugly fatso.
Meanwhile, in the forums “Will anyone still buy an iPhone now that the iPod Touch is out?“.