Apple Media Event Highlights: New iPods (Touch, Shuffle, Nano), iTunes 10 and Apple TV

Apple Media Event Highlights: New iPod Lines, iTunes 10 and Apple TV

It has been an Apple day, yet normal at this event where there have been much to welcome, literally. The new iPod touch which almost got new features from iPhone 4 with Apple’s stunning Retina™ display, FaceTime® video calling, HD video recording, Apple’s A4 chip, 3-axis gyro, iOS 4.1 and Game Center—all combined in the thinnest and lightest iPod touch ever starting at just $229; and the iPod classic® in a 160GB model for $249. There’s also the completely redesigned iPod Nano that’s appeals to be much like the shuffle but with multitouch interface starting at $149. The iPod Shuffle was also redesigned bringing back the click-able wheel packed in aluminum enclosure with 2GB of memory for just $49. Apple also introduced iTunes 10 with Ping that lets you post your thoughts and opinions, your favorite albums and songs, the music you’ve downloaded from iTunes, HD TV show rentals for just 99 cents an episode and AirPlay wireless music playback. And finally the remodeled Apple TV now priced at $99 will let you plays HD TV show episodes for just 99 cents and users can choose from the largest online selection of HD movies to rent. Oh, there’s so much more after the break, you need to click that continue link.

There are lots of things to cover, which simply we want it all for you, so we compiled it, common you gonna like it. Check out our co-tech sites post about this glorious event.

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Apple Press Release
Apple Introduces New iPod touch
Apple Reinvents iPod nano With Multi-Touch Interface
Apple Unveils New iPod shuffle
Apple Introduces iTunes 10 With Ping
Apple Premieres New Apple TV for Breakthrough Price of $99

Engadget
Live from Apple’s fall 2010 event
Apple ships 120 million iOS devices since iPhone’s launch
Apple announces iOS 4.1
Apple demoes iOS 4.2, features AirPlay media streaming
The Apple iPod: 275 million customers served
Apple announces redesigned iPod shuffle, brings the buttons back
iPod nano redesigned: smaller, lighter, better and costing $149 for 8GB or $179 for 16GB
Apple claims 50 percent of portable gaming market, iPod touch ‘outsells Nintendo and Sony combined’
iPod touch gets revamped: retina display, FaceTime, HD video recording
Apple announces iTunes 10 with Ping social network
The new Apple TV for $99
Confirmed: the iPod Classic is alive and well
Apple TV (2010) first look / hands-on!
iPod shuffle (2010) first hands-on!
Apple’s AirPlay music streaming coming to third party speaker docks, receivers, and stereos
iPod nano (2010) first hands-on! (update: video!)
iPod touch (2010) first hands-on! (update: video!)
Apple TV vs. the competition — how does it stack up?
FCC tears apart the new iPod touch, while iFixit wistfully looks on
New Apple TV hits the FCC with Bluetooth, dual-band WiFi
iTunes 10 (with Ping) mercifully becomes available for download (update: iOS 4 has Ping, too)
Jobs suggests that competitors’ device activation tallies may be inflated, Google quickly responds

MacRumors
Live Coverage of Apple’s 2010 Fall Media Event
Apple Announces Pending Release of iOS 4.1, 4.2 Coming in November
Apple Releases iTunes 10 With ‘Ping’ Social Networking for Music
Apple Introduces Updated Apple TV with Netflix Integration, TV Show Rentals
Apple Announces All-New iPod Models: Shuffle, Nano and Touch
Notes and Observations about Apple’s iPod and Apple TV Announcements
Apple’s New iPod Touch and iPod Nano Commercials
iTunes 10 Now Available to Download

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