In his latest keynote, Steve Jobs unveiled the new iteration to the iPod Nano line. The fourth generation of iPod Nanos comes in 9 different colors and sport curved aluminum cases and glass screens. The new form factor, unlike the stocky third generation, is elongated body similar to the 2nd generation of Nanos.
[tag]Steve Jobs[/tag] also presented the new interface, dubbed as the “[tag]Genius playlist interface[/tag],” that goes into coverflow mode when the gadget is rotated and goes into shuffle mode when shaken (hopefully this can be overrode when you are on a thread mill or in a bumpy ride).
The battery life of the [tag]new iPod Nano[/tag] lasts for 24 hours when playing songs and 4 hours when watching videos.
The new Nano comes in 2 variants: one with 8GB capacity which costs $150 and the other with 16GB storage which costs $200.
The [tag]keynote[/tag] also unveiled the new [tag]iPod touch[/tag], a new version of [tag]iTunes[/tag] and a new [tag]firmware[/tag] upgrade of the iPod touch.