New iPods Revealed

Published: Wednesday 5th Sep 2007 by Sam
Here at That Grape Juice, we like to keep our eye out for the latest music-related happenings. Today Apple unveiled a new line of iPod’s; the iPod Touch, iPod Classic and a revamped iPod Nano – all of which will be available for purchase at the end of this month. Check out details of each model below:

iPod Touch
* Touch Screen Interface
* 3.5 Inch Widescreen Display
* Video Playback
* Wi-Fi – enables Web Surfing, Video Streams (Youtube) etc
* Built In iTunes Music Store – allows for download of tracks ‘on-the go’
* Comes in two capacities – 8GB ($299) and 16GB ($399)

iPod Classic
* Formerly known as ‘Ipod Video’
* Revamped Design and New Interface
* Longer Battery Life – 30 Hours Audio / 6 Hours Video
* Comes in two capacities – 80GB ($249) and 160GB ($349)

iPod Nano
* Revamped Design
* Video Playback
* Improved Battery Life – 24 Hour for Audio / 5 Hours for Video
* Comes in two capacities – 4GB ($149) and 8GB ($199)

Though I’ll probably end up buying one of these, I’m kinda disappointed. Having nearly reached the full capacity of my 30GB iPod Video, I was looking to upgrade to a something much better than a mere upgrade (iPod Classic). The iPod Touch is calling me lol, but the disk space is a joke (all those features and only 8GB/16GB to work with). Still, I’m sure they’ll sell well.

Will you be buying any of the new iPod’s?

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  1. OLW September 5, 2007

    I bought an Ipod Nano last June… so i’m disgusted to know that new models will be out soon.. anyway maybe I’ll change mine next year but the classic is just too big for me (size not capacity)… I’ll surely take a nano

  2. Anonymous September 5, 2007

    If you’re gonna get the Ipod touch you might as well get an Iphone

  3. Anonymous September 5, 2007

    I was planning on picking up one of the 2nd-gen nanos at a local Apple store this past weekend and I’m glad I waited. Instead I got a 3rd-gen nano with more memory, more features and a sleeker design! The price wasn’t too shabby either! *WAY TO GO, APPLE!*

  4. Anonymous September 6, 2007

    i can’t belive the tiny memmory in this iPod touch!

  5. km September 6, 2007

    i agree about the “touch” but that 160GB sounds pretty tempting

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