So, anything interesting happen today?
Oh, that’s right. Tuesday was Apple’s annual “fall iPod event,” in which the company refreshes its iPod line for the holiday buying season. And so it was that Steve Jobs appeared on stage and unveiled new iPods and an iTunes update.
Here with quick reactions to this event are Macworld’s Chris Breen, Dan Frakes, Dan Moren, and Jason Snell, all of whom attended the event in San Francisco on Tuesday morning.
Listen to episode 130
Jason and Dan Moren liveblogged the entire Apple event.
We have complete coverage of the iPod updates, iTunes 8 and NBC’s return to the fold, the App Store and the 100 million milestone, and Apple’s hope that the iPhone 2.1 software will fix the dropped-call problem.
Peter Cohen also blogged about the apparent demise of the iPod classic.
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