Today was Apple's "Let's Talk iPhone" event at their Cupertino campus, where they announced new versions of the iPod Nano and iPod Touch, announced the release date of iOS5 and iCloud, and unveiled the highly-anticipated new iPhone, the iPhone 4S. Here is everything you need to know!

iPod Nano
  • Inspired by the Nano accessories that let you wear your Nano like a watch around your wrist, Apple has added a number of clock interfaces
  • Larger screen icons for easier navigating
  • Built-in accelerometer to make tracking fitness easier
  • Comes in 7 colors, available now
  • Price: $129 for 8GB, $149 for 16GB
iPod Touch
  • Will be available in black or white
  • Runs on iOS 5, meaning it will have Game Center and iMessage (free text messaging, anyone?)
  • Supports iCloud
  • Price: $199 for 8GB, $299 for 32GB, $399 for 64GB
  • Available: October 12
iOS 5
  • Improved notification system
  • Location-based reminders
  • iMessage, a device-to-device messaging system
  • Twitter integration
  • Improved Camera app
  • New greeting card app
  • Price: free to download!
  • Available: October 12
  • Find My Friends app for location sharing
  • Find My iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch/Mac--locate your missing Apple device by signing in to
  • Available: October 12
iPhone 4S
  • Looks just like the iPhone 4
  • Much better camera than the iPhone 4
  • Uses Apple's A5 chip, increasing speeds
  • HD video recording
  • Airplay: wirelessly stream content from your phone to your HDTV
  • Coming to Sprint
  • Siri voice assistant
  • Comes in black and white
  • Available: for pre-order on October 7, for purchase on October 14 at 8 a.m.
  • Price (with 2 year contract): $199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB, $399 for 64GB

Are you going to be buying an iPhone 4S? Which of Apple's many announcements are you most excited about?

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Brittany Berger is the PR & Content Marketing Manager at Previously, she was eZanga's Digital Content Supervisor. She likes her media social, her relations public, and her content marketed. On any given day, there's a good chance you'll find her reading, writing, or Netflixing (yes, it's a verb).

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