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Apple today announced the new iTunes for Mac and PC, featuring a redesigned player, seamless integration with iCloud, and a new look for the world’s most popular online music, apps, TV, and movie stores.
Apple has posted a video of the iPhone 5 media event on its website. The video should be made available soon on Apple’s YouTube channel , as well as its Apple Keynotes Podcast on the iTunes Store
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With Apple having prematurely confirmed the “iPhone 5″ name in search results on its website, users have been scrambling to try to find evidence of additional announcements today. Several other press release links have been found indicating that Apple will be releasing an updated version of iTunes, as well as new iPod touch and iPod nano models. One search pulls up results for both the iPhone 5 and new iTunes press releases, while a second search reveals a link to a “New iTunes” page on apple.com
As promised, Google has introduced a native YouTube app for iPhone. We had previously reported that Apple will be removing the dedicated YouTube app from iOS 6 which is due to be released in the near future. At the time, Google promised that a native iOS app was in the works. YouTube had previously been one of the built-in iOS apps since the original iPhone launch
In mid-July, Japanese blog Macotakara claimed that Apple has been undertaking a significant redesign of the iPod nano , moving to an oblong form factor with a larger, rectangular screen and a home button. As shown in a rough rendering accompanying the post, the changes would make the iPod nano appear more like a smaller version of the iPod touch, although it would presumably not run a full version of iOS. Reports of a revamped iPod nano have continued to surface since that time, with Macotakara also adding fresh claims that the new iPod nano will include Wi-Fi capabilities in order to support iTunes in the Cloud.
According to a report from The Wall Street Journal , Apple is “seeking to create a Pandora-rival custom radio service.” Citing “people familiar with the matter”, the Journal claims the service would work across Apple’s line of products — including Macs, the iPhone and the iPad — and possibly even on Windows PC’s.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new research report outlining his thoughts on Apple’s product introductions for the remainder of 2012, noting that delays in some necessary components have forced Apple into a very tight timeline that is less than ideal and which may impact growth over the short-term.
The outside of the box said "Windows base machine or better", so I bought a Mac.