February 23, 2005
CUPERTINO, Calif. - Apple Computer Inc. on Wednesday released four new versions of its popular iPod for users who want either a compact device or a full-color media player that can display photos.
The photo-capable iPod features a high-resolution screen and can hold up to 25,000 digital pictures, Apple said. A 30-gigabyte model carries a price of $349, while the 60-gigabyte version will cost $449.
Meanwhile, Apple also unveiled two news iPod minis with greater storage memory and increased battery life. The 4-gigabyte model will sell for $199, and a 6-gigabyte model will retail for $249.
All four devices require Apple's iTunes software, which is compatible with both Mac and Windows operating systems.
Apple shares rose $1.41 to $86.70 in premarket activity.