Bold Colors, Thinner Than Ever, and Packed with Features: Check Out the New iPods
March 11, 2009--Apple launched the third generation of iPod shuffle, featuring VoiceOver technology, the ability to house multiple playlists, a smaller form factor, and much more. Check them out.
On September 9, 2008, Apple launched a host of new iPods. First up is a refreshed nano in 8 GB and 16 GB capacities and nine new colors.* The nano now features a built-in accelerometer, so you can rotate the screen to watch videos in widescreen. The new nanos also let you shake them to switch songs.
Next up, a newly redesigned iPod touch, still in 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB capacities. New features include a built-in speaker as well as a contoured, polished stainless steel design. Third, the iPod classic is now available in 120 GB of storage--that's 30,000 songs or 150 hours of video. It's available in black and silver. And finally, the new shuffle is available in black and silver, or the the second-generation shuffle comes in bright blue, bright green, and pink.*
All of the new iPods--almost 30 in all--come with the new Genius Playlist feature that finds the songs in your music library that go great together and makes a Genius Playlist for you. It's like having your own highly intelligent, personal DJ. Find out everything there is to know about these new iPods on the product detail pages.
Want more information? Check out the iPod store at Amazon.com. Or, find out which iPod is right for you by visiting our MP3 & Media Players Knowledge Center, featuring Tips of the Week, Discussion & Forums, a glossary of related terms, Help Guides, and much more.
* Amazon.com does not carry the red iPod nano or iPod shuffle, both of which are available exclusively at apple.com.