Innovation from Apple Keeps Competitors on their Toes before Holidays

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Innovation from Apple Keeps Competitors on their Toes before Holidays

Apple announced new, innovative improvements to iTunes and iPod Nano and iPod Classic just in time for the holiday season. The innovations are designed to re-ignite growth in this category. New software for the iPod touch has been announced as well as a new price point. New industrial design includes new features (8) which includes “genious,” a way to intelligently create playlists based on discovery of songs in your iTunes library.

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