The iPhone 5 may be hogging all the spotlight lately, but aside from the newest iteration of their flagship smartphone, Apple has also recently introduced the next generation of their iPod Touch and Nano, featuring substantial upgrades and new designs.
The 5th generation of the iPod Touch features more powerful hardware under the hood, such as a 5 megapixel iSight camera with LED flash capable of recording 1080p true HD videos, along with the ability to shoot panoramic images. It also comes with a 4 inch retina display, dual core A5 chips, Siri, and iOS 6 all housed in a thinnger and lighter anodized aluminum body. It comes in 5 diffrent colors, such as raw aluminum, black, yellow, blue, and pink. It comes in two variants: 32GB for $299 and 64GB for $399.
For the newest generation of the iPod Nano (now in its 7th gen), Apple chose to redesign the body and turn it into anodized aluminum. IT features a 2.5 inch multi touch display, a home button, blue tooth, fm tuner, and a new battery that can last for 30 hours. The iPod Nano is currently the thinnest iPod ever made at 5.44 mm. The 16GB new iPod nano is on sale for $149.
Both the iPod Touch 5 and iPod Nano are scheduled to arrive in October.