Oct 12 2005, 12:14pm EST | by Luigi Lugmayr
iLounge has photos of new Apple posters featuring also this new wide-screen iPod.
We will update this story with hopefully a better photo of the new iPod. I guess it will play video.
MacRumor writes that Apple as asked attendees not to provide live coverage - this sucks! Apparently the venue, where Steve Jobs presents is has no cellular coverage, so no live blogging from the event.
The Apple store is also down. I guess the new products will show up there after the event. Updates:
Apparently Engadget hired an intern to run out of the venue to post updates. There are new iMacs coming and there is a new iPod with a wider screen with video features, but it is still mostly a music player.
Endgadget had their intern out again. The new iPod will be just called iPod. It comes in 20GB and 60GB versions.
Steve Jobs also demos iTunes 6.0.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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