(WXYZ) - Apple has announced a revamp of its popular iPods and iTunes story, in addition to the new iPhone 5.
Launching on computers in late October, the new iTunes will feature a complete redesign that imitates the design of Apple's mobile iOS operating system. Among the new features will be a new, more detailed mini-player and improved controls for when you're playing music.
It will also feature new iCloud options that will allow you to sync what movie you're watching across devices.
The new iTunes will be built into mobile devices with iOS 6 when the software upgrade launches September 19.
Among the new iPods will be a redesigned iPod Nano with a larger display.
Coming in 7 different colors, the new Nano will also feature an FM tuner and the option to pause live radio. It will also feature a video display and a pedometer build in.
Apple says the Nano will also be bluetooth capable.
Apple also announced a redesign on the iPod Touch, making it thinner and with the same display as the iPhone 5. It will also feature improved battery life and the iPhone 5's iSight camera.
The new iPod Touch will also feature Facetime, Airplay and Siri.
It will come in 5 colors.
The iPod nano will be $149 when it ships in October. The new iPod touch will be $299 for a 32GB version and $399 for a 64 GB version, both will be available in October.
Apple is also keeping the 4th generation iPod touch and the iPod shuffle. A 16 GB version will be $199 and a 32 GB version will be $249. The iPod shuffle will be $49.
Apple has also announced redesigned headphones to go along with their new iPods. Calling them Earpods, Apple says they've been in development for three years.
Apple says the EarPods are designed to direct sound into the ear. They are available today.
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