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Apple Special Fall Event: The Big Recap

Apple Special Fall Event: The Big Recap

September 1, 2010
Apple's special event is now over. There weren't any big surprises, but Steve Jobs still announced a bunch of really awesome products. Here is a recap of what has been announced. Follow the links to access all the details: First off, Steve started with his traditional update on how successful iOS really is. Apparently, it's still blowing Android out of the water:

iOS By The Numbers

Then, Steve announced a new version of iOS. Called iOS 4.1, it's bringing a lot of new features:

Apple Announces iOS 4.1 – Release Next Week!

Next up, Steve offered us a sneak peak of the next version of iOS, version 4.2, which will also be coming to the iPad. Check out all the details:

iOS 4.2 Coming In November, Focuses On Bringing iPad Into The iOS 4 Realm

Then, and probably the biggest ticket item of the day; Steve announced a brand new iPod touch. It has FaceTime, a Retina display and so on:

Apple Announces New iPod Touch With FaceTime And Retina Display!

Apple also updated the iPod shuffle:

New Shuffle

And, launched a sleek new iPod nano with a multitouch touchscreen:

Apple Announces New Touchscreen iPod Nano

Next up, iTunes 10 is launching today. It has plenty of new features and a social twist to it called Ping:

Apple Announces iTunes 10 – Available Today

Also, Apple, as expected, updated Apple TV. It's now much smaller and has a lot of great inexpensive content. No apps though:

Apple Announces Expected Apple TV Upgrade

And, we have some more details on all that sweet streaming:

Streaming Is The New Fad, And Becoming More Affordable

All these new goodies are available online as of now:

Apple Store Goes Online: Get Your New iPod Now!

Finally, in case you missed the show or if the streaming was choppy, Apple has posted the full video online:

The Full Video Presentation Of Apple’s September 2010 Special Event Is Now Available

That's it for today. Stay tuned as we're testing these new iDevices right now and we'll be posting a full hands-on shortly.

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