Summary: Apple's "it's only rock and roll" event

Here is a summary of the new products and updates introduced by Apple on September 9, 2009.
Contrary to the rumors, Steve Jobs did take the stage and started the presentation…

Apple brings App Store recommendations with iPhone OS 3.1

Apple released a new version of iPhone OS, fixing bugs and bringing new features, including a “Genius” recommendation system for the App Store. The update, iPhone OS 3.1, is available today as a free download from iTunes. The new Genius feature will recommend new applications to users based on software they already have installed. The new software update also adds ringtones from record labels, directly into the iTunes application on the phone.

Apple Premieres iTunes 9

Apple today introduced iTunes 9, the latest version of the world’s most popular software application to purchase, manage and play media, packed with innovative features such as iTunes LP, Home Sharing and Genius Mixes, as well as a redesigned store and improved syncing. iTunes 9 makes it easier than ever to discover, purchase and enjoy your music, movies, TV shows, and apps for iPhone and iPod touch from Apple’s revolutionary App Store.

Apple Introduces New iPod nano With Built-in Video Camera

The new iPod nano adds a video camera, mic and speaker to the world’s most popular music player, allowing you to shoot video wherever you are, view it on your iPod nano and use your computer to easily transfer your videos to YouTube. The new iPod nano—available today in an 8GB model for $149 and a 16GB model for $179—features an ultra-thin and sleek design with a larger 2.2-inch color display and gorgeous polished aluminum and glass enclosure in nine brilliant colors.

Apple Introduces New iPod touch Lineup

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Apple’s iPod shuffle Now Starts at Just $59

The iPod shuffle, the world’s smallest music player and the first music player to talk to you, is available now, starting at just $59, in five great colors. iPod shuffle’s intuitive controls are conveniently located on the headphone cord, letting you navigate and enjoy music without even looking. The controls have been licensed to third parties to enable the creation of adapters for standard headphones.