Just as we expected, Apple have unveiled their new iPod series. The new iPod Classic, Nano and Touch all feature the rumoured wide-screen display and iPhone like interface, as well as improved battery life. The Classic will boast 80GB/160GB of storage, while the Nano will feature 4GB/8GB.
Followed by a whirling pile of dust, Apple's iPhone has gone off with a bang after reportedly 525,000 units have been sold in the first three days of sale.
Word on the street is that Apple has begun designing some cheaper variants of their upcoming iPhone.
A recent survey has revealed that 9 percent of surveyed cell phone users can't turn back an iPhone.