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The new iPod Shuffle brings back the buttons and the square design, but it's even smaller than before. Yes, you'll still get the clip.
In total, the 2010 Shuffle measures just over an inch wide and tall.
True to Apple form, even the packaging of the Shuffle is ultracompact.
The Shuffle will come in a choice of five colors: silver, blue, pink, green, and yellow. It's 2GB and priced at $49, which is affordable for an iPod.
The iPod Shuffle remains the most appropriate for working out thanks to its tiny size and tactile buttons.
The 2010 Nano is so tiny that it's easy to mistake for the Shuffle from this angle.
The newest Nano is only fractions of an inch larger than the iPod Shuffle.
The 2010 iPod Nano is smaller and squarer than ever. Apple took off the click wheel and made it touch-based. Like the Touch, it now has an accelerometer and runs the new mobile operating system.
The new iPod Nano comes in seven colors, including a Product Red version. There's an 8GB version for $149 and a 16GB version for $179. Battery life is rated at 24 hours.
The Nano still comes in a seamless anodized aluminum casing and offers engraving on the backside.
The iPod Nano offers an FM radio, NikePlus support, and a pedometer as well as a built-in clip to appeal to fitness-minded users. Still, the lack of physical buttons may turn off those same users.
The latest iPod Touch features a Retina Display, an A4 chip, three-axis gyro, and iOS 4.1 with GameCenter--all on par with the iPhone 4. There's also a front-facing camera with FaceTime.
Featured here with an all-new case from iLuv, the 2010 Touch shows off its HD video-recording rear camera. The player offers 40 hours of battery for music and will come in three capacities: 8GB for $229, 32GB for $299, and 64GB for $399.
The 2010 iPod Touch doesn't look much different from its predecessor on the outside.