Apple's iPod and iTunes updates
Wednesday’s It’s Only Rock & Roll event saw the return of Steve Jobs to the stage, a new version of iTunes with a boatload of features, more-colorful iPod shuffles, faster and higher capacity iPod touches, a video camera-equipped iPod nano, and no Beatles music.
In one of our punchier podcast episodes, I discuss these issues and others with editorial director Jason Snell and senior editors Jonathan Seff and Dan Frakes.
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Throughout the podcast we discuss what was announced at the event. Among them:
- iTunes 9;
- a slightly updated iPod touch;
- barely refreshed iPod classics and shuffles; and
- far-more-enhanced iPod nanos.
Jason makes an impassioned plea for our very own $2 App Gems app. We threatened to put it in the Show Notes and, by gum, we’ve made good on that threat.