Apple’s freshly updated iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle aren’t available in stores yet, but they’re on the way to customers that pre-ordered last week. Apple unveiled the new models during a media event on September 1 in San Francisco.
The updated iPods are scheduled to hit store shelves some time this week, although Apple isn’t offering a firm date.
The new iPod touch will include a high resolution Retina Display, built-in front-facing camera with FaceTime support, a rear-facing camera that can capture photos and HD video, and is even thinner than the model it replaces. The new iPod nano sports a smaller square-shaped body with a touch screen interface, and the iPod shuffle returns to its button adorned square shape from earlier versions instead of sticking with the buttonless style found on the last model.