It seems many was not real impressed with the announcements from Apple. I think the MacRumors were basically saying that the iPod Touch would sport a new Camera and of course that didn't come to light. Really the only difference I see is that they are now going to offer a 64gb version and of course a shake up in prices.
Nano gets a cam, but its yet to be seen how good it maybe. I suspect it won't be very good.
A few people over there even complained about the iPod touch not getting a camera because of the "leaked" photos of different touch cases with the center hole.
The Apple site shows some example videos that were recorded using the nano, and they look pretty good.
In the tech specs, it states that the camera displays 640x480 video at 30 frames per second.
The special effects on the nano's camera are cool. I'm sure they will be included in the next iPhone/iPod touch update.
I have quite a few of those apps that I keep around, but don't use as much. The much more useful stuff is on the first few pages. This makes it much easier to organize than using your finger to drag apps on the phone, which I could never get right the first time. :hah:As for App management in iTunes - hallelujah!! Stuff is either free or cheap enough in most cases that I'm always trying out something new - I'm up to 10 pages at the moment I'd like to see the ability to 'hide' infrequently used apps in some way, so that I don't have to delete those that I don't want but would have them around if I do want to see them. iTunes 9 at least makes it easier for me to move them to the back of the bus, so thats a good start.