Apple's new model iPods are, as expected, all over the news today, but the biggest question for many of us is: what do they cost? Here's the Australian pricing.
The 8GB iPod Touch costs $269, the 32GB model is $399, and the 64GB model is $549. If you prefer the new Nano, that's $199 for the 8GB model, or $249 for the 16GB version. The newly-introduced 2GB Shuffle is $79, while the 4GB model is $109. Our brothers in tech at Gizmodo have exhaustive coverage of all those new models.
The new releases will all rely on the new iTunes 9 and iPhone 3.1 updates. While the former is free for all iPod owners (or iTunes downloading enthusiasts), existing iPod Touch owners will have to pay $5.99 for the latter. You can also pay $2.19 for official ringtones from the iTunes store, though that frankly sounds like a waste of money.
Excited by the new models? Can't see the need to spend that money when your current iPod works just fine? Figure it's a good time to buy discounted older models? Tell us in the comments.