Apple has unveiled its latest line of high-tech gadgets and services, including a new miniature iPod Nano with a touch display and a potential rival to Facebook and MySpace – Ping, the company’s very own social network.
AP - Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs announced a new line of iPods on Wednesday, including a Nano model that has a touch screen and lacks buttons.
Like previous versions, the Nano has a built-in FM tuner and can display photos. But instead of buttons, controls for playing, pausing and selecting music are right on the screen. It will cost $149 for the 8 gigabyte version and $179 for 16 gigabytes.
Date created : 2010-09-01