After the main event, we were ushered to a back room where the new stuff was on display. We got to play with the pretty little second gen iPod Nano, and even got her to pose for some glamour shots.
Before you jump for the goods, we'll say this. Jason Chen and I prefer the older style's rounded edges, that make it look like a shrunken full-sized iPod. This one is somewhat of an iPod Nano and iPod Mini hybrid, with the sharp edges on the top and bottom of the aluminum case. The colors are stupendous. But we still miss the bling'd out Gold Mini. (Bring it back, Apple!)
Now, jump to see the images, and the video.
From today's earlier post on the new ipod Nano:
Battery life increased from 15 to 24 hours, gapless playback, instant search like the big iPod, and quick scrolling. Comes with the new headphones.
Comes in three models, 2GB model in silver, 4GB in silver, pink, green, blue, and 8GB in black.
$149 for 2GB, $199 for 4GB, $249 for 8GB model. Double the storage for the same price.
New packaging is 52% less volume than the old iPod nano. It's more "environmentally friendly".
All three are available today.