New iPod Touch with Nike+ Support as Standard
Jobsy says that it stillÂ “has the same gorgeous 3.5-inch display”, but is even thinner, has built-in speakers,Â better artwork on albums and videos and an inbuilt app store are all being added.
But the killer thing is that it will feature Nike+ support, which has the receiver built in, meaning the user just needs a transmitter for their shoe, and off you’re go – measuring all those pies ‘n’ pastries that you’reÂ burning off.
You’ll obviously getÂ the new Genius support.
“You could make a pretty good argument that the iPod Touch is the best device to play games on”, Jobs goes on to say………………..MMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmk.
A new software update will be launching this week, “2.1 software update is a big update” according to Jobs.
It does sound pretty fab. The battery life is improved, iPhones won’t crash, backing up to iTunes is “dramatically faster”, all available this Friday, for free for iPhone owners.
iPod Touch users however, have to pay $9.99.
The new iPod Touch will cost Â£169 for the 8GB model, Â£219 for the 16GB model and Â£289 for the 32GB model. They’re available now.
Shame that they forgot to put in GPS though :(Â Now, would that have hurt so much Mr Jobs?