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iPod Generation 6

At a special event on 12th September 2006, in San Francisco, Steve Jobs unveiled for Apple a completely revamped iPod lineup, including an updated fifth-generation iPod, new second-generation iPod nano, and an all-new iPod shuffle.

Latest iPod models and pictures

New iPod video (30GB/80GB)
The new iPod video features a 60 percent brighter and more vibrant 2.5- inch color display for watching TV shows and Hollywood movies.

The new iPod integrates with iTunes 7 and the iTunes Store, which now includes over 75 Hollywood movies, 220 television shows and popular video games designed specifically for the fifth generation iPod.

The 30GB model features up to 14 hours of battery life for music playback and up to three and a half hours of video playback, and the 80GB model features up to 20 hours of battery life for music playback and six and a half hours of video playback. The new iPod is available in a 30GB model at the new lower price of US$249 and an 80GB model,
which holds up to 20,000 songs or 100 hours of video, for US$349.

Although the new iPod has improved in brightness and color accuracy over it's prior version, 2.5” screen is still too small for long-term video viewing, and users still must convert videos to one of only two compatible video formats. Unlike photos and videos, games can only be played on the iPod’s small screen, and sometimes with poorly implemented controls.

For those who likes to watch video while commuting, this iPod would be the ideal model. That is...if budget is never a problem. Go for it!

New iPod Nano (2/4/8 GB)

The all-new iPod nano with a new aluminum body, 24 hours of battery life and more than twice the music capacity for the same price as the previous generation. The new iPod nano features Apple's Click Wheel and an even smaller, thinner and lighter design available in silver, pink, green, blue and black.

The new iPod nano models are now available for US$149 for 2GB iPod nano model (sliver); US$199 for the 4GB models (silver, pink, green and blue) and US$249 for the new 8GB model (black). All iPod nano models include redesigned earbud headphones providing improved comfort, fit and sound quality, and a USB 2.0 cable.

The new Nano colour choices are limited by storage capacities and prices. Transfer times for data have doubled from prior nano model. Users must download iTunes themselves prior to using iPod.

The Nano is the most ideal iPod for music lovers who need a good looking, fuss free and high capacity music player. Ideal for both beginners and seasoned iPod users. You can't go wrong with the colourful iPod nano; whether for yourself or for a loved one.

New iPod Shuffle
Nearly half the size of the original, the new iPod shuffle is just half a cubic inch in volume, weighs just half an ounce and features a stunning all-new aluminum design and a built-in clip. The new iPod shuffle contains one gigabyte of flash memory, which holds up to 240 songs, and is available for US$79.

The iPod shuffle features up to 12 hours of battery life and can be connected to a Mac or PC with the included dock.

The iPod Shuffle is ideal for those on a low budget and yet insist only on a Apple brand music player. The shuffle is also ideal for keen sportsmen who wants a no-fuss, easy to carry player.

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