Wednesday, September 01, 2010 at 01:33 PM | Posted by kazouz
Apple CEO Steve Jobs just announced a refreshed line of iPods at today’s media event in San Francisco, CA.
Jobs introduced the new iPod shuffle, nano, and touch models to the media in San Francisco and viewers around the world as the company provided a live broadcast for the first time to test its new $1 billion facility in North Carolina.
The new, thinner iPod touch includes a front facing camera for FaceTime, HD video recording, and retina display. The new model will be priced as follows:
8GB $229, 32GB $299, 64GB $399.
The new nano now boasts a small multi-touch screen and includes Nike+ and a pedometer.
The new shuffle will sell for only $49.
The new iPod family is available for pre-order today and will start shipping next week.