The shimmery, green Nano does a little turn on the catwalk. It's hard to believe Apple managed to make the second-gen Nano any thinner than its predecessor, but the new one is a shocking 0.26 inch thin.
The new Nanos channel the long-lost iPod Mini with their colorful, anodized-aluminum casing. The silver version will be available in 2GB ($149) and 4GB ($199) versions; the pink, blue, and green come in 4GB ($199); and the black is the lone 8GB player ($249).
The updated iPods aim to kick the competition's butt with new, lowered pricing. The 30GB version will cost $249, while the 80GB will set you back $349. Original pricing for the previous generation was $299 for the 30GB version and $399 for the 60GB.
It was only a matter of time before Steve Jobs brought the Hollywood movie studios on board. iTunes 7 will offer movies from Disney, Miramax, Touchstone, and more. New releases will cost $12.99 for customers who preorder or buy in the first week and will then go up to $14.99. Most other titles will cost $9.99.