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Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple is offering its iPod nano in two colors: the traditional white and a new black version, which has a gray stripe running across the front. The back is silver in color. (SOURCE: Apple)

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

The iTunes button (second from the left) in the middle of the phone provides access to stored audio and playlists. When a call is received, the music playing stops automatically and resumes when the user clicks the button again. (SOURCE: Cingular)

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

The iPod nano features a 1.5-inch color LCD that can display color album art. In addition, the Windows version of iTunes 5 now lets users sync address books, contact information and to-do lists with Outlook. (SOURCE: Apple)

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

The iPod nano is really small in size, but really big in features, according to Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the Wednesday rollout event in San Francisco. The device is about 80 percent smaller by volume than the original iPod. (SOURCE: Apple

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

About a third of the size of the iPod mini, the new iPod nano will ship later in the week, according to Apple officials. This unit was on display at the rollout event at the Moscone Center West, San Francisco, Sept. 7, 2005. (SOURCE: David Morgenstern/Zif

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

According to Steve Jobs, the new ROKR E1 phone is like having an iPod Shuffle on your phone. The phone holds 100 songs with a 512MB transflash card and connects to a PC or Mac via USB 2.0 for music download. Cingular is the carrier supportin

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

The rear of the ROKR shows the camera lens. The camera provides 4x non-optical zoom for 640-by-480-pixel photos.(SOURCE: David Morgenstern/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

An Apple iPod nano demonstrated in a Volkswagen Beetle convertible. Apple said both Volkswagen, Honda, Audi and Accura cars will come standard with integrated iPod support starting in 2006. In this demo, the controls of the radio and CD player connect to

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

A user demonstrates the iPod nanos wearability and a new $39 accessory. Inside the lanyard is a built-in headphone cable, reducing the clutter. (SOURCE: David Morgenstern/Ziff Davis Internet News)

Apple iPod nano, iTunes phone

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