The re-rebirth of the iPod

Subject: General Tech | September 12, 2007 - 04:46 PM |
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The next generation of iPods is here, including the phoneless iPhone called the iPod Touch.  The UI is also new, undergoing some serious changes and adding a few new features as well as removing a popular feature allowing you to output to a TV.  Read on at Ars Technica ... if you can stand the excitement.

"iPods iPods iPods! That was the theme of Apple's September 5 event, titled "The Beat Goes On." And as expected,

what came out of the event was all sorts of iPod news: the shuffles got new colors, the iPod touch (touchscreen

iPod) made its debut, and Apple updated its old standbys, the iPod classic and iPod nano. This review focuses on the

latter two in the list, because they both saw the same general changes to physical design and also use the same new

UI."

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Source: Ars Technica
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