Apple iPod Nano Video
The Apple iPod Nano is priced under $200. So, the new 4GB and 8GB Nanos will likely be the most popular tech stocking stuffer this year.
CNET's Donald Bell repairs a cracked screen on a first-generation Apple iPod Touch.
Apple's Greg Joswiak unwraps the company's seventh-generation iPod Nano with a 2-inch screen. The music player now offers a bigger display, a thinner design, and a new volume rocker.
You might as well call the second-generation Apple iPod Shuffle the "iPod Microscopic." Still screenless, the silver anodized-aluminium iPod Shuffle is, according to Steve Jobs, the smallest MP3 player in the world.
The second-generation iPod Touch includes features that are light-years ahead of the competition, its design has improved, and its price has finally come down to earth.
The second-generation Apple iPod Classic is a slight improvement over the original model and remains an excellent value for users with large music and video collections.
Apple's new iPod Touch and Nano are shipping, new photos offer more clues about iPad Mini, and Facebook adds a Pinterest-like feature.
The sixth generation of the iPod Nano is the smallest yet, but it comes at the expense of valuable features and practical controls--and there's no reduction in price.
Apple's second-generation iPod Touch is even slimmer and offers new features such as Genius playlists and a built-in speaker.
The iPod Nano packs an impressive selection of features into an incredibly small design, but its appeal is overshadowed by Apple's entry-level iPod Touch.