Although week behind, let’s take a look at what the event talked about:
Apple’s music player – iTunes was introduced first during last Monday’s event. The newest version, iTunes 8 is free to be download anytime now. There are a few new features on the player, but the most important of them all was the Genius function.
Genius, is a function in iTunes that automatically creates a playlist for you.
iTunes creates a playlist of other songs from your library that go great together. Genius playlists help you discover songs in your library you never knew you had — and rediscover forgotten favorites. — Excerpt from Apple
Other changes included coverflow, new ways of organizing, view, and searching (just like iLife).
The only changes to the iPod Classic was – dropping the thicker version and adding more memories to the slimmer one. Since “almost” everybody, as Steve Jobs mentioned, bought the slim version, Apple has decided to stop producing the thicker one. As for the size, the slim iPod Classic will changed from 80GB to 120GB (same price as the old).
New iPod nano
I knew I was right! They have re-design the iPod nano and now introducing the newest iPod nano chromatic. Yes, they are in colors again with more choices this time. The screen is still the same, they added the accelerometer (found in iPhones and iPod touch), they improved the interface, and added a voice recording features.
With the new accelerometer added onto the new nano, you can now shake the iPod the change songs. This feature was first introduced to the iPhone. They also implemented the Genius function, without having connected to iTunes. They are available now in stores near you for:
8 GB for $149*
16 GB for $199*
*In American Dollars
The Funnest iPod Ever – iPod touch
Here’s are the changes to the newest 2nd generation iPod touch:
- More thinner than the first generation.
- New designs – like a side volume control.
- New full chrome on the back of the iPod.
- Genius added on.
- The ability to play more advanced games. Games like Spore, Need for Speed Undercover, etc.
- Nike + iPod support built in – only useful when you buy the Nike shoes that is compatible with it.
- Maps location-based service – with the Map apps, it detects the closest Wifi location and show where you are.
iPod touch is now available for:
8 GB for $229*
16 GB for $299*
32 GB for $399*
*In American Dollars
- Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic