Yerba Buena Gardens, still sporting "Let's Rock!" colors.
...And with that, Apple's "Let's Rock!" event concludes.
After a short set, Jobs thanks Norah Jones.
Norah Jones and Band, rocking the Yerba Buena.
After some concluding remarks about the new iPod lineup, Jobs announces the musical act for the event...
The whole iPod family, in one picture: iPod Nano, iPod Touch, iPod Classic and iPod shuffle.
The new devices are available today.
The Nano is available in a range of anodized aluminum colors.
The full list of new features on the Nano.
...And a pedometer.
FM Radio has also been added to the Nano.
According to Paczkowski, the video quality is impressive.
The camera lens and speaker are on the back of the device.
He announces that the iPod Nano now features a video camera--for free. You have to buy the Nano, however.
The Flip Camera is an obvious benchmark in the space.
YouTube sees one billion video streams per day.
...And it's a video camera. Apple's entering the video gadget space.
Jobs returns to the stage to talk about one more thing...
There's a special edition, too, in stainless steel.
The iPod Nano gets an upgrade too--with colors.
Apparently, that's not all, Schiller says the new iPod Touches are up to 50 percent faster than older models.
The rest of the iPod Touch family is getting price cuts too-- $399 for the 64 GB model and $299 for the 32 GB model.
Schiller returns to the stage to talk about new price points for the iPod Touch--starting with $199 for the 8 GB model.
Madden's draw-a-play-onscreen feature was developed specifically with the iPhone touchscreen in mind.
Play action screenshot from Madden.
EA’s Travis Boatman takes the stage to introduce Madden NFL 10.
A Screenshot from Nova.
Gameloft's Riddim Ribbon.