A closer look at Apple's new products

A peek at the new iPod lineup, Apple TV, and upcoming iOS 4.1 and 4.2 features.

The full iPod display

Macworld's editors got to spend some hands-on time with the new iPods and Apple TVs at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco on Wednesday. This stacked display shows off the new iPod lineup in its final packaging.

Apple 8GB iPod touch (4G, late 2010)

Apple 2GB iPod shuffle (4G, late 2010)

Apple 8GB iPod nano (6G, late 2010)

Nano to go

Nano to go

The iPod nano has been stripped of its video camera and given a touchscreen interface. It now sports an iPod shuffle-like clip that you can attach to your clothes.

Apple 8GB iPod nano (6G, late 2010)

Apple 16GB iPod nano (6G, late 2010)

Latest iPod lineup

Latest iPod lineup

Steve Jobs in front of Apple's new iPod lineup: The iPod shuffle, iPod nano, and iPod touch.

Apple 8GB iPod touch (4G, late 2010)

Apple 8GB iPod nano (6G, late 2010)

Apple 2GB iPod shuffle (4G, late 2010)

A smaller Apple TV

A smaller Apple TV

The new Apple TV is only a quarter the size of the original Apple TV. It's now black instead of silver, and Apple claims it will be quieter and cooler when turned on.

Apple 16GB Apple TV (2G, late 2010)

What's behind the Apple TV

The back of the Apple TV has an HDMI port for video out, an optical-audio port, an Ethernet jack (along with built-in 802.11n networking), and a USB port that Apple says is for support use only and not for any end-user functions.

Apple 16GB Apple TV (2G, late 2010)

Game Center notification

Apple's Game Center will be available with the iOS 4.1 update. Game Center will allow developers to better implement multiplayer features into their games, and players will now be able to easily challenge friends to matches.

Giant Nanos

Giant Nanos

Steve Jobs in front of a display showing various screens from the new iPod nano.

Apple 8GB iPod nano (6G, late 2010)

Apple 16GB iPod nano (6G, late 2010)

Wireless printing for iPads

Wireless printing for iPads

With the iOS 4.2 update, available in November, the iPad will gain multitasking and the ability to print wirelessly. Active prints can be controlled from a new Print Center app.

iPod nano 'apps'

iPod nano 'apps'

The iPod nano’s home screen is no longer a set of menu options, but a series of icons with labels underneath them that you tap on, just like iPhone apps. You swipe your finger from right to left to page through a series of screens.

Apple 16GB iPod nano (6G, late 2010)

Apple 8GB iPod nano (6G, late 2010)

Musical finale

Coldplay's Chris Martin capped off Apple's music event by singing and playing the piano.