Apple has revealed its Fall 2010 iPod lineup at its recent media event, along with a new Apple TV, and a new version of iTunes—plus information on iOS versions 4.1 and 4.2. Here’s a quick summary of the key announcements, with a convenient gallery of photographs.
Fourth-Generation iPod shuffle: Physical buttons return in this $49, 2GB screenless music player.
Sixth-Generation iPod nano: The Click Wheel disappears, giving way to a touch-based interface and an iPod shuffle 2G-like body; $149 for 8GB or $179 for 16GB.
Fourth-Generation iPod touch: iPod touch meets iPhone 4, with dual cameras, FaceTime, a retina display, and the powerful A4 processor. 8GB/$229, 32GB/$299, 64GB/$399.
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