iPod Touch is going up-scale with an iPhone shape, stainless steel backing and built-in NIKE+. Plus, Apple threw in a speaker and auto genius playlist, essentially making a radio station like experience. Other than that, the 3.5-inch screen, 802.11 b/g and App Store are going to remain the same. The ‘deets about the NIKE+ app is a little sketchy this early on, but at least with built in hardware, there is no need for a receiver. Expect 36 hours of music or 6 hours of video out of the new battery too. The new Touch comes with upgrade two-way headphones with the 8GB going for $229, 16GB for $299, and the 32GB for $399. The new model is available today.
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