MacMinute: Apple today introduced its third generation iPods, which hold up to 7,500 songs in a smaller enclosure. The new ultra-portable iPods feature completely solid-state “no moving parts” navigation wheel and buttons; an elegant new dock with audio out; an “On-The-Go” playlist so users can build a playlist right on their iPod; a customizable main menu; and Apple’s Auto-Sync for automatically syncing your computer’s music library with iPod. The new ultra-portable iPods are available in three models: a 10GB model for US$299, a 15GB model for $399 and a 30GB model for $499. iTunes 4 with the iTunes Music Store is available as a free download now at Apple’s Web site.
Apple’s new iPod and iTunes 4
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