- Brings back the clip and buttons from the second generation.
- 2 GB model
- 15 hours of music playback.
- You can get one for the reasonable price of $49.
- Multi-touch surface. (No wheel)
- 46% smaller (1.54 inches diagonally)
- 42% lighter
- Uses IOS but, no app. Store.
- No accelerometer (rotate by touch)
- FM radio (Regional)
- $149 for 8 GB, $179 for 16 GB
- 24 hours of music playback.
- A4 Processor
- 3-axis gyro
- Rear and Front camera along with facetime
- Retina display with 4 times the pixels
- 40 hours of music playback
- 8 GB – $229
- 32 GB – $299
- 64 GB – $399
Apple’s live Fall keynote is now live. We will be updating the blog frequently with any news from the event.
What can we expect to hear today? A New AppleTV model? New iPod touches? Perhaps something completely unexpected? There is only one way to find out, and that is by sticking by and watching.
We have a livestream here courtesy of Gizmodo for those who want to watch live video and are not on a Mac.
If you can’t watch the video or don’t have Flash at the moment,we will have frequent news update on the blog. Stay tuned! Read more…
If you are an Apple fan or just someone who is into technology, you would know that Apple hosts an event every year that showcases their new workings around the first week of September. Today, around the time of 10:00 am PDT (12:00 pm EST), Apple will be hosting their annual fall convention, where they will dig deep into their bag of tricks to dazzle you. The reason this event is so interesting is because it is first convention since the launch of Apple’s iPhone 4. In addition to that, Apple will also announce (if the rumors are true) a new iPod touch that will have the same capabilities as the iPhone 4 (a front view camera, a camera on the back and a new, sleek design). And if that doesn’t dazzle you, there have been rumors of a new iPad and of Apple’s Online TV rentals costing only $.99. These rumors leave us with high expectations, hopefully Apple won’t disappoint us. I suppose the only way to find out is to watch the conference on Apple’s website: http://www.apple.com (Mac required). Feel free to stay with us for up-to-date coverage!