I plan on testing iTunes out today on both a Mac and a PC for the full effect.
And one of our office PCs, so not even a good PC!
Concerts have been added to the Artist pages.
New iTunes available in "late October."
It looks like the new iTunes will eliminate the need for a lot of the mini-player apps like Ecoute and Coversutra
350 million iPods sold in total; "we add millions and millions every quarter."
exciting changes to the iPod lineup, starting with the Nano.
"We really wanted to take the opportunity to reinvent the Nano."
a really large display, easy to use controls, thin and light ... and a lightning connector.
The new, 7th generation iPod Nano. A teeny tiny device in the hand, 40% thinner than its predecessor.
the volume controls take up about half the side of the gadget.
2.5 inch display, the biggest ever in the Nano -- and it's multitouch.
and of course, different colors -- 7 in total. green, blue, yellow, red ...
Wonder if it's iOS-based at all. And does it have WiFi?
and what is that? Pink, purple, somewhere in between ...
the FM tuner now has TiVO-like functionality -- you can pause live radio.
It has widescreen video, too. Pretty cool for a Nano.
and Bluetooth! That's a pretty big deal in a tiny gadget.
I'd like to point out the fourth generation nano, which had a video camera -- also had widescreen video.
the longest battery life in a Nano -- 30 hours of playback.
Seriously Apple, just pick a darn Nano form-factor and stick with it!
now we're on to the iPod Touch, "the world's most popular music player ... and most popular game player."
5th generation iPod touch -- and here it is. Same height as the new iPhone 5.
Tim says the iPod touch is the world's most popular gaming device. He's not wrong, especially when you consider the parity between games on iOS and even the PS Vita
only 6.1mm thin -- almost as thin as the Nano.
headphone jack on the bottom. That's something they didn't tout with the iPhone 5.
the Retina display is now in the iPod Touch.