The iPod line also received an update from Apple. Available now, the iPod Nano comes in two sizes 8GB ($129) and 16GB ($149) in seven different colors. It offers a multitouch display, volume buttons, integrated clip, internal pedometer, and FM radio in the same compact design.
With the release of the iPhone 4S, Apple has made some drastic updates to the iPod touch. The 960-by-640 backlit LCD display screen now consists of 326 pixels per inch, making this the highest resolution iPod to date – a must for mobile gamers. iPod touch cameras are equipped to shoot 720p HD video, even in low light conditions. Most notably, the iPod touch now uses iOS 5 software, which sports 200 new features, including iMessage, a new free WiFi texting service, and Twitter integration. The updated iPod touch with iOS 5 and iCloud will be available Oct. 12 in classic black or white in 8 GB ($199), 32 GB ($299), or 64 GB ($399).