The new iPhone 5 wasn't the only big announcement from Apple today. They've also upgraded their iTunes software and their iPod line of music devices
First, the software. New versions of iTunes for OS X, iOS and Windows will sport a simpler, “new look” user interface. The Desktop-laptop version will also include a mini-player.
An interim update (10.7) will be available soon for downloading for Mac and Windows computers.
Next, the new iPod Touch designs. Largely based on the new iPhone, the fifth-generation iPod Touch has the same 4-inch Retina display, iOS 6 and Siri as the new phone – along with a dual-core A5 processor, a better camera, a thinner, more colorful (six of 'em) design, the Lightning connector and the new EarPods in-ear speakers.
They'll be priced at $299 for the 32 GB and $399 for the 64 GB model. Available next month. The older 4th-generation Touch will now sell for $199 (16 GB) and $249 (32 GB)
The new iPod Nano has been redesigned from top to bottom. It's tiny outer shell now comes in 7 colors, has a 2.5-inch touchscreen, 16GB of storage, Bluetooth connectivity, a built-in FM radio, the Lightning connector and the new EarPods in-ear speakers.
The new 16GB iPod Nano will sell for $149.
Finally, the 2 GB iPod Shuffle is still available for $49 and comes in seven colors plus the 160GB iPod Classic will set you back $249).