The iPod Touch
Today at its iPhone launch event, Apple announced yet more new pieces of hardware: the fifth-generation iPod touch. The biggest news is that the new iPod touch has Siri built in — making it the first non-iPhone device from Apple to get this feature – along with 4-inch display and 5-megapixel shooter with a backside-illuminated f/2.4 lens. As expected, the device is also offered in an array of bold colors and various harddrive capacities. Get the full rundown on the new generation Touch on the Apple site here.
The iPod Nano
Unveiled by Apple today alongside the highly-anticipated iPhone 5 and the fifth-generation iPod Touch is the seventh-generation of the popular iPod Nano. Completely redesigned and 38% thinner than its predecessor at just 5.4mm-thick, the new Nano features a 2.5″ multitouch display with 240×432-pixel resolution alongside 16GB of storage, an FM tuner, slimmed-down Lightning connectivity, Bluetooth capabilities and built-in Nike+ support. Available to pre-order beginning this Friday, September 14, from Apple online, the seventh-generation iPod Nano will launch this October in a variety of colorways for $149 USD.