Windows users were left out in the cold when Apple streamed its annual September event to showcase its lineup of music products for the holiday season. In its place, we offer you a lineup of video clips from the event, highlighting the new lineup of iPods. changes to iOS and an upgrade for AppleTV.
In this video, 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.
This next video features Jobs showing off the latest redesign of the company's smallest iPod line. Finger controls are back by popular demand to go along with voice over and playlist features.
Here, Jobs shows off the latest redesign of the iPod Nano. The new Nano features a touch screen, eliminating the buttons from the previous version.
In this clip, 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.
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.
Finally, Apple unveils the Apple TV - now considerably smaller, with new and improved features like photo sharing, Netflix streaming, and TV and movie rentals.
- Apple's new AirPlay feature to be supported by third-party audio devices
- Up close with Apple TV and the 2010 iPods (photos)
- Apple TV: You're a Glorified Roku
- Why buy an Apple TV when Roku players already do it all and more?
- New iPods, iOS 4.1/4.2, and iTunes ... Everything you need to know!
- Ping: Apple should leave social to Facebook, Twitter
- Apple TV upgraded with rental model, no purchasing content allowed; $99
- Is Apple's new iPod nano the perfect geek watch?
- Apple's big day: all new iPods, iTunes and Apple TV