Clearly the biggest sell for the latest update was the new Nano which has been transformed from its square dimensions to a tall device with curved glass and the all important gimmick the ‘accelerometer’ which skips to a random track when you shake the device.
Another notable is the iPod classic which seems to be on its way out possibly? Apple are certainly bucking the ‘bigger is better’ trend by downgrading from 160GB to 120GB. I think this reflects the long-term goal of the iPod Touch becoming the flagship iPod device.
And alas the iPod touch has been re-released, notables here are the continuation of the aluminium back instead of the iPhone 2.0 plastic back which initiated a universal sigh from Apple fans, the inclusion of Nike+ which is a nice touch (get it) for the larger iPod range. Apple are unsurprisingly claiming considerably better battery life, this remains to be seen. Unfortunately though the limiting factor of the iPod Touch (for me at least) the storage capacity (maxing at 32GB) has not been improved. I would need at least 64GB before thinking about the considerable sums commanded for the top end of the iPod Touch range. The reason? I already have a maxxed out 30GB iPod Classic, with iPod Touch I would need space for more new music, photos, videos, email attachments, iCal and Nike+ data, and all important games and 3rd party applications!
Also, it looks like you will have to wait until Oct (16th?) for upgrades on the Macbook(pro) range and possibly a new mac mini