At the conference which featured primarily the iPhone 5 and its new features, Apple has also addressed the issue of music. After iTunes 11 which will be available in late October, the Apple also revealed its new range of iPod Nano, Touch and Shuffle.
Nano suffering the biggest change, but the new design does not necessarily please everyone. Here are some images of renewed iPod Nano:
Strangely close visualy to Nokia Lumia, the new Nano is now available in 16 GB version, the 8GB model is deleted. Its dimensions are 76.5 x 39.6 mm, approximately a credit card, with a thickness of 5.4 mm. Its weight is very light with only 31 grams.
The iPod Nano is equipped with a 2.5-inch 16:9 screen and definition of 432 x 240 pixels. It provides access to music, video, application Nike +, podcasts, photos and radios. Bluetooth 4.0 is also available and the user can then connect headphones or wireless speakers. The FM receiver is still in the game, but it is now possible to pause (time shifting).
The Nano seventh-generation will be available in seven colors at total costs of $149. It will be available in October, but preorders start tomorrow. The Nano comes with new headphones.
The iPod Touch is an evolution softer than the Nano. It keeps the same overall shape as the iPhone 5. Its dimensions are 123.4 x 58.6 x 6.1 mm and weighs 88g.
The SoC is also changing, but not to the A6 which remains the preserved on the iPhone 5 now. Touch still gets the A5 which is already available on iPad 2 and Apple TV, and thus benefit from dual core. It camera sensor is 5-megapixel incorporating some elements of the iPhone such as f/2.4 and five lenses. Touch is also capable of recording video at 1080p.
iPad Touch is available in many colors but on the presentation we only sow black and white versions. Bluetooth 4.0 is also in the game. Since the player is equipped with iOS 6, 802.11n Wi-Fi is also there, managing networks to 150 Mbps on dual band (2.4 / 5 GHz). The new connector Lightning is present.
The Touch will be available in October also in 32GB and 64GB versions, for prices starting at $299. The new headphones are of course present.
The iPod Shuffle does not have any change. They remain identical to the current generation, both in their design and in their features, and even the old connector 30-pin socket.
They are available in 2GB version costs $49. Note that a new version of iTunes, stamped 10.7, is available for download to accompany the arrival of the new iPod.