iTunes 10 Is All About Ping, Apple's Social Network for Music

iTunes 10 is all about Ping, Apple's new music social network. Like Twitter, you can follow and be followed. You can be public about it or be private (jerk). Captain Jobs is hoping artists will be public. » 9/01/10 1:43pm 9/01/10 1:43pm

The New Multitouch iPod Nano (and How You Use It)

The new iPod Nano hardly bigger than an oversized stamp. It does away with the click wheel (and the video camera) in favor of a multitouch screen. But how do you use it? » 9/01/10 1:30pm 9/01/10 1:30pm

Future Apple Gadgets Getting AirPlay Wireless Music and Video Streaming…

iPad with iOS 4.2 is almost everything we've wanted in the iPad since getting an iPhone 4, plus something we've wanted from the beginning: streaming music and video from iTunes to iOS devices with AirPlay. It's coming out in November. » 9/01/10 1:17pm 9/01/10 1:17pm

Apple iPod and Music Meta-Liveblog Today, With Live Video Stream

Dear friends, we're going to be meta-liveblogging the Apple iPod music event. The actual mouth-flapping on stage starts 10:00 AM PT (1:00 PM ET), but the liveblogging fun starts way before that. » 9/01/10 12:51pm 9/01/10 12:51pm

The Complete Story on Apple's "Let's Rock" Event

Sure, you are all aware that there is a new iTunes 8, new iPod nano, and new iPod touch. But did you read our hands-on reviews and the rest of the details and products that many people missed at Apple's "Let's Rock" event? If you want to know all about what happened there, don't forget to go through our complete… » 9/10/08 1:20pm 9/10/08 1:20pm

Download iPod Touch 2.1 Software RIGHT NOW

When we plugged in our iPod touch to iTunes 8, we were hit with a software update notifcation that led to a dead link. But now, we've got a line on what looks to be a live download path to the iPod Touch 2.1 software image. Here's the link » 9/09/08 4:55pm 9/09/08 4:55pm-we're grabbing and testing as we post, and will update with details. It's…

More Details From Gizmodo's Apple Interview

Our interview with Apple's Eddie Cue and Greg Joswiak gave us some juicy info on the iPod nano » 9/09/08 3:23pm 9/09/08 3:23pm, and . Go to their respective links to see the behind-the-scenes info we added. [, and ]

Confirmed: Nike+ Only Works With 2nd Gen iPod Touch, Not iPhone or 1st…

Our interview with Apple confirmed something we suspected in our liveblog and our hands on » 9/09/08 3:12pm 9/09/08 3:12pm with the device: that the Nike+ integration only works with . Owners of the first-gen iPod touch, the iPhone and iPhone 3G are locked out, because of the technology required to connect the device to the receiver in your shoe…

iPod Nano Hands-On Impressions

The new, thinner and smaller iPod nano » 9/09/08 2:17pm 9/09/08 2:17pm really is smaller, thinner, and feels much better in your hand. Brian, our hand model, has small hands, so you can see how relatively small the unit is. The aluminum is slick, but the clickwheel might be slightly slick, and not as grippy as previous models. The UI though, is…

iPod Nano 4th Gen Sized-Up Against Its Ancestors

Tall and slender like the first generation, curved a bit like the second generation, with the bigger screen of the third generation: the new iPod nano is clearly a product of its ancestry. And it's no longer a stubby fatty, with Jobs himself calling it the "thinnest iPod ever"—helped a bit by those curves. Check out… » 9/09/08 2:15pm 9/09/08 2:15pm

New iPod Shuffle: Same Chip-Clip, Now With Nano's Hand-Me-Down Colors

At this point, the housing can't get much smaller without coming with a serious child-safety choking warning etched into the back-but obviously not wanting to leave any iPod untouched today, Apple spread some more saturated ROYGBIV love to the shuffles (the nano's old digs, actually » 9/09/08 2:12pm 9/09/08 2:12pm), ditching the lighter pastels.…

The New iPod Nano: It's Skinny Again

The world was fairly certain that the latest generation of iPod nano had ditched its squat appearance for another growth spurt, but today in San Francisco, Steve Jobs confirmed the rumor as fact on stage: The fourth generation iPod nano is indeed skinny again and it features an accelerometer. Innovation or identity… » 9/09/08 1:19pm 9/09/08 1:19pm

iPod Classic Gets 120GB Boost For $250, 160GB Discontinued

The iPod classic looks like it's getting the runt's end of the "Let's Rock" magic wand today-with boosted storage to 120GB for $250, up from 80GB for the same price. And it's death for the 160GB thickie, matching the Zune's lineup to a tee. Same form factor and colors as last time. Now, the largest iPod money can… » 9/09/08 1:17pm 9/09/08 1:17pm

Apple Let's Rock Event Coverage Starts Now

We're here at the Yerba Buena Center. Our liveblog's is starting at live.gizmodo.com » 9/09/08 1:01pm 9/09/08 1:01pm. That's where you should be, either sitting back and letting the auto-refresh do its thing, or hitting that button like a mad man. The music is stopping, the lights are dimming, and Phil Schiller is being jovial. It's an Apple…

Apple Let's Rock Liveblog

Jason Chen: You guys all see the last minute rumors » 9/09/08 1:00pm 9/09/08 1:00pm? 7:05 am ON Sep 9 2008 B. Lam: Good morning. Chen and I had a sleep over. We're eating shakes and Hong Kong milk tea. Just thought I'd tell you that. Wait, is this my Twitter window? 7:13 am ON Sep 9 2008 B. Lam: testes testes 1,2,3 Jason Chen: The line is…

Last Minute Apple Leaks on New iPod Nano, Shuffle, Classic and Touch?

AppleInsider » 9/09/08 9:21am 9/09/08 9:21am claims to have two independent sources confirming identical information about upcoming Apple iPod refreshes. The biggest overhaul appears to be on the iPod nano, which would explain we've seen on the device. It will come in nine colors and be the first non-touch iPod to support a motion/orientation…

First Photo of Apple Let's Rock Event

It's happening. The Let's Rock Apple event » 9/06/08 7:34pm 9/06/08 7:34pm has started to roll. Here's the first photo outside the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. []