Today Apple announced their new iPod lineup full of upgrades. The iPod Touch, iPod Nano, and iPod Shuffle offer new features and are available in the usual array of bright bubblegum colors.
The iPod Touch is revised with the same anodized aluminum that is used in the MacBook. The colors come in black, silver, turquoise, neon green and pink. This is the lightest iPod Touch to date, and comes with a detachable wrist loop as an easy way to keep your iPod Touch close, without having to actually carry it. The new iPod Touch features a 4-inch retina display, a 5-megapixel iSight camera, and the new Lightning adapter. The iPod Touch starts at $299.
The new iPod Nano features a 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display and, at 5.4 mm thick, it is roughly the size of a credit card. Built with the athlete in mind, it has Nike+ support and a pedometer built right into the Nano. It also features built-in Bluetooth technology so that you can use wireless headphones, or if you prefer, you can use the included new Apple EarPods. Available in black, purple, turquoise, mint green, neon green and pink, the new iPod Nano pricing starts at $149.
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The new iPod Shuffle has the ability to hold several playlists, with 2GB of storage, and the ability to maneuver between them with its VoiceOver technology. The Voiceover technology allows you to hear the names of the playlists or songs to which you are listening. It can hold several hundred songs and offers up to 15 hours of battery life. It comes with earphones (not the new EarPods) and a USB Cable. Available in black, purple, turquoise, mint green, neon green and pink, the new iPod shuffle is $49.
Check out the Apple store to order your new iPod today!
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