updated 01:30 pm EDT, Wed September 5, 2007
Adding to the new iPod Shuffles and iPod Nanos announced at today's special event in San Francisco, Apple has introduced the "iPod Classic," a new version of the full-size iPod. The new model will sport capacities of 80GB and 160GB. The 80GB model will be thinner than the old 30GB version, and the 160GB model will be thinner than the old 80GB version. The 80GB model will be priced at $250, the 160GB model at $350. Battery life is stated at 40 hours of audio playback and 7 hours of video playback. The new models feature the same user interface enhancements as the new iPod Nano, and are available immediately and will soon be available for purchase from the Apple Store.
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