On the Wednesday event, Apple introduced a wide range of new iPod models on the significant event where it also announced iOS 4.1 and the forthcoming iOS 4.2 for the iPad. All these new iPod models will be available from next week onwards including the new version of iPod touch that boasts front-facing as well as rear-facing cameras.
Although today they are available on Apple’s website for pre-order. The new iPod touch will cost $229 for the 8 GB model. The cost for 32 GB model will be $299 and for 64 GB it will be $399. An iTunes update has also been introduced, called iTunes 10 that is available for download today. It offers social features such as Twitter does and regular iTunes users or you can follow even celebrities so that you can learn what kind of music they like or are listening to, once you are approved to be a follower.
Steve Jobs called this as the “social music discovery service”, which is actually built right into iTunes and named as Ping. The new FaceTime program by Apple can now be accessed through the new iPod touch. Therefore, this video enabled calling system initially introduced for the iPhone users over the summer has also enabled iPod touch users to have video chats.