updated 02:20 pm EDT, Wed September 9, 2009
Same iPod designs, new storage and colors
As part of its music event, Apple on Wednesday refreshed the iPod classic and third-generation iPod shuffle. The iPod shuffle has received the most noticeable changes with new color options. Beyond the original black and silver, the screenless player will now also come in blue, green and pink at its existing $79 price. The company is also introducing a special stainless steel trim that will cost $99 at the same capacity and is rolling out a 2GB edition with the same features for $59.
The iPod classic meanwhile is receiving a capacity upgrade from 120GB to 160GB but should keep the same dimensions and colors as the existing black and silver players, as well as their $249 price.
Both iPod lines are available today through the online Apple Store.