Macworld continues its look at Apple’s holiday plans—which I’d sum up as, iPods, iPods, and more iPods (and a brand, spanking-new version of iTunes, complete with downloadable movies, to help fill them)—with a roundtable discussion of Tuesday’s product news. I’m joined by Editorial Director Jason Snell and Senior Editor Dan Frakes in a discussion of the news stemming from Apple’s September 12 “Showtime” event.

Did I mention that the news involves iPods? Oh, and there was also a glimpse at a new Apple product code-named iTV —a sleek box designed to stream media from your computer to an attached television—that will appear in the first months of 2007. We talk about that, too.

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Show Notes

This is actually our second podcast stemming from Tuesday’s announcements—Jason Snell hosted a previous podcast summarizing Steve Jobs’ presentation to the press.

You can see all of our news stories and analysis pieces—including my first look at iTunes 7 —by visiting our Apple event topic page.

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