New Apple Announcements Nice But Not Amazing

Posted: Sep 9 2008, 1:27pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:28am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
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The Apple Let's Rock event just ended and all we got are new iPod nano 4G players, new iPod touch 2G, new iPhone 2.1 Software update and iTunes 8. Steve Jobs looked fine though to my eyes. He is aging, we need to accept that.

The new iPod nano is a nice little gadget with cool improvements and a stylish look. It will definitely be a hot Holiday Gift this season.
The new iPod touch tries to be a game console and is a great choice for a multi-talented device, if you do not want the iPhone 3G.
The amazing number of 100,000,000 app downloads in just 60 days underlines the success of the iPhone and iPod touch OS.

All announcements have been rumored before, which is pretty disappointing. Is Apple losing its ability to keep employees and partners quiet? We have seen ho-hum Apple events before, this is yet another one.

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