An advertisement about iPhone is shown before an announcement at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)
During Tuesday's iPhone event, Apple took some time to update two of its iPods: the Nano and the Touch.
First, the Nano: the form factor is essentially the same, but there are some UI updates that include bigger icons for easier navigation. It also has deeper Nike+ integration, and 16 new clock faces for people who want to wear it as a watch. It's available today in 7 colors, with the 8GB model selling for $129, and 16GB for $149.
As for the iPod Touch, it's also keeping the same form factor and will be getting a software updated with iOS 5. Nothing too fancy here, although it does now come in white. 8GB will be $199, 32Gb $299 and 64GB $399.