At its typically music-focused fall event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the stage to show off refreshes to the iPod Shuffle, Nano, and Touch, as well as its TV device and mobile operating system. Here are some video clips from the press event's highlights, as well as a few first look reviews of the new hardware by CNET editor Donald Bell.
Buttons are back on new iPod Shuffle
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest redesign of the company's smallest iPod line at its September 2010 music event Wednesday in San Francisco. Finger controls are back by popular demand to go along with voice over and playlist features.
Apple iOS updates coming soon
At Apple's press event Wednesday in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs announces updates to the mobile operating system. iOS 4.1 will bring new features starting this week, while version 4.2 will arrive this November.
Apple unveils revamped iPod Touch
At Apple's press event Wednesday in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest version of the iPod Touch. The new Touch shares many features with the iPhone 4, including Apple's Retina Display technology, a front-facing camera, and FaceTime.
The new Apple Nano with multitouch
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest redesign of the iPod Nano at its September 2010 music event Wednesday in San Francisco. The new Nano features a touch screen, eliminating the buttons from the previous version.
iTunes 10 gets social with Ping
Apple announces iTunes 10, available immediately, which comes with a new logo and a social music service called Ping that lets you see what your friends are listening to and make comments and recommendations.
Apple TV has gone streaming
Apple unveils the Apple TV--now considerably smaller, with new and improved features like photo sharing, Netflix streaming, and TV and movie rentals.
First Look: iPod Shuffle (fourth generation)
CNET editor Donald Bell gets a hands-on look at the newest Apple iPod Shuffle. The buttons are back, but so are the voice-over and Genius playlist features.
First Look: iPod Nano (sixth generation)
CNET editor Donald Bell shows off the smaller clip on the iPod Nano, which has a new touch-screen display.
First Look: iPod Touch (fourth generation)
CNET editor Donald Bell gets a hands-on look at the new, thinner iPod Touch, complete with FaceTime, HD cameras, and an improved display.