Who says the iPods couldn't get some love at the iPhone event? To be fair, this September event used to be the iPod event, but the other iOS device got center staged last year. Apple unveiled new iPod Touch and Nano models; all with a common thing, colors!
The new iPod Touch has a similar design of the of the iPhone 5 with a 4-inch Retina Display screen. It is very thin, at just 6.1 mm thick.
Its Wi-Fi connectivity matches that of the iPhone 5 with 2.4 GHz and 5Ghz 802.11n at 150Mbps. Apple also added Bluetooth 4.0 and the new "Lightning" connector.
Its rear camera can record 1080p and take still photos at 5 megapixels, while the front-facing camera takes photos at 1.2 megapixels and records video at 720p HD.
The 5th gen iPod Touch has a circle on the back that when pressed pops out and allows you to tied up a lace, called iPod Touch Loop. If you don't want to use the Loop, simply press the circle to go back into place.
OS-wide, the iPod Touch comes with iOS 6, and incredibly, with Siri.
The latest Touch will be available in October with pre-orders starting September 14. There will be two storage options $299 for 32GB and 64GB for $399. And, it comes in colors: pink, blue, black, white and yellow.
The iPod Nano went under a major redesign, Now sports a bigger screen (2.5 inches) and just 5 mm thick. It has physical buttons, including a "home" button and the new "Lightning" connector.
It also has an accelerometer and FM radio transmitter.
This new Nano will also be available in October with pre-orders starting September 14. Only one storage option will be available, 16GB for $149. It comes in pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, silver and slate.