The new iPod Shuffle has 2GB of storage, a 15 hour battery life, and is available for $49.99 in five colors: silver, blue, green, orange, and pink. It has the same five-button control scheme used on previous generations of the Shuffle, and can also be controlled via VoiceOver. Other that that, nothing new.
The updated Nano is pretty interesting. It uses a small 1.54 inch multitouch display that runs what looks to be a miniature version of iOS. Like its full sized brothers, it can be controlled with swiping gestures and VoiceOver. It is available in seven colors: silver, gray, blue, green, orange, pink, and (RED) red. It has a built in clip and a 15 hour battery life.
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Apple has made some pretty big changes to the Apple TV, and has completely removed the need for an attached storage device. Here’s what is included in the incredibly small $99 unit:
- HD movie and TV show rentals
- Netflix and YouTube streaming
- iTunes music and photos from your computer
- 802.11n Wi-Fi
- Apple Remote
It uses HDMI, and supports videos with a resolution up to 720p. You can stream media from your iOS device to the Apple TV, which is pretty neat too. Movie rentals are $4.99 day-of-release, and get cheaper as time goes by. TV rentals are $.99. Both are viewable for 48 hours after purchase.