Ars Technica hat den neuen iPod:
The iPhone's touch-screen interface is coming to the iPod, and the iPod touch will have the same sized screen as the iPhone, but will be 8mm thin. It, too, will have what Jobs described as the "revolutionary" multitouch interface of the iPhone.
A touch-screen and a new form factor aren't the only new features the iPod touch is bringing to the lineup. The iPod touch will be the first iPod to have WiFi support built in and will also come with a version of Safari. Jobs said that it's the "first time ever" a browser has been built into a digital audio player. The iPod touch will feature support for YouTube, like the iPhone, as well as Yahoo, Google, and Facebook.
The iPod touch will use the same interface as the current iPods and will have battery life sufficient for 22 hours of audio playback and 5 hours of video playback, according to Jobs. The iPod touch will come in two sizes: 8GB for $299 and 16GB for $399 and will ship later this month.
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