Phil Schiller just announced an updated version of the iPod nano. The new model allows users to swipe between much larger icons instead of the previous grid layout with Apple’s Multi-Touch™ user interface. Other notable features include the ability to track walks and runs using the built in Nike+ fitness app without the need for the Nike+ adapter.
Apple has also added 16 new clock faces for customers that enjoy wearing the iPod nano as a wrist watch. The clock faces have a large variety including classic analog clocks as well as Disney characters that will surely be popular among young children.
The iPod nano models:
- 8GB for $129
- 16GB for $149
The iPod touch have some exciting new software features that ship with iOS 5 including iMessage, Game Center, Notifications and Wi-Fi Syncing to iTunes.
The iPod touch now comes in a Black and White model, and it will be available starting October 12th.
- 8GB for $199
- 32GB for $299
- 64GB for $399
The iPod shuffle is also still available in a 2GB model for $49.[Apple Press Release]