Well, the prophets were right: No App-let (Ta-pple, Ta-cintosh, whatever) today. The real news: Steve's back, the iPod nano is trying to kill Pure Digital's Flip pocket camcorder, and iTunes lets you copy files within your home network.
Let's start at the end of today's "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll" event, with the now-infamous "One more thing..." All new iPod nanos will now have 2.2-inch screens and a camera on the back to record 640-by-480 video. (We pretty much saw this one coming, but thought iPod touch would join the camera party, too.) The new nanos will also have FM tuners and pedometers. They're available today for $150 (8GB) and $180 (16GB).
Not to be left out of the party entirely, the iPod touch got a little attention in the form of a new CPU. The new touch lineup will have the same guts as the iPhone 3GS, which means it will run faster and make gameplay more dynamic. The 8GB model will cost $200; 32GB, $300; and 64GB $400.
Oh, the iPod classic wants to play, too? Okay, you get a price drop to $250 and a storage upgrade to 160GB. Pretty much the same story for the sad li'l shuffle, except he gets a special stainless steel limited edition on top of a new prices: $59 for 2GB and $79 for 4GB.
iTunes 9 also has plenty to offer. First up: Home Sharing, which allows you to copy songs, TV shows, and other content (including apps) between up to five computers in your house with a simple drag-n-drop. They've also added iTunes LPs, which give you full liner notes, photos, and other bonus materials when you buy an album. The new iTunes Extras does the same for movie purchases, tacking on DVD bonus features with purchase.
iPhone OS 3.1 is also out today, and includes Genius recommendations in the App Store and a 30,000-entry ringtone store.
I've been suffering without an ipod touch for a month just for the new one and what do i get? A fancy nano i have no interest in! The new touch better just be delayed, if not this is a crapton of disappointment.
Expecting the new iPod, I always use Daniusoft DVD to iPod converter to watch Video on my iPod. It could convert DVD to iPod video formats MP4 (MPEG-4), M4V, putting DVD on iPod and transfering DVD to iPod with excellent quality.
Apple has something new for technology lovers and consumers. There's Apple iTunes 9, and iTunes LP – which will include visual aids like liner notes for downloaded music. There's new iPods and other products to get, too, and each Apple announcement excites people to buy more stuff. Further reading is on http://personalmoneystore.com/moneyblog/2009/09/09/apple-announcement-iphones-cameras-itunes/
Nice... we need them to make them water proof!!!! it's sad that something as simple as as a water proof skin to prevent malfunction which should be standard is not applied.
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here is an guide of how to burn iPad mp4 video to dvd
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The Apple Ipod have sown up the market. Very clever promotion and the brand Apple secures consumers belief of quality and any add ons are sure to be a success.