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UpdatedThe most amazing thing about Apple's latest iPod touch is its colour. It's available in both black and white. No, we're not being glib - we mean it!
Somebody at Apple obviously hates the phrase "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" because it has completely redesigned its best selling iPod, the iPod nano, yet again. This year's model is half the height of the previous generation and has the same clip-on design as the new iPod shuffle. The big change is that there's no click wheel, just a screen.
Does the world's most popular iPod really need an FM radio and a video camera. We're not so sure
Just when there were starting to be too many iPods to choose from, Apple comes along and simplifies the entire range. The new all-singing,all dancing iPods now have colour screens and a few extra features
Apple doesn't make a specifically prescribed video player, but this hot-of-the-presses new generation of its flagship portable is the closest. The entry-level capacity is now 80Gb, and the top end a seemingly impossible 160Gb