The new iPod Nano 4G is more than 20 percent smaller than its predecessor with just 0.24ins in depth and weighs 36.8 grams.
It comes in nine striking colors — grey, black, purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, violet.
Apple Inc Chief Executive Steve Jobs introduced a curved aluminum and glass Nano for $149 with 8 gigabytes of storage and a 16-gigabyte version for $199.
Furthermore, Apple claims the iPod nano 4G is the most "toxic-free" iPod created ever.
Jobs also unveiled three new versions of the iPod Touch — an 8-gigabyte version of the new model will sell for $229, a 16-gigabyte Touch will be $299 and a 32 GB model will be $399.
Apple reported has sold 160 million iPods since their introduction in 2001.
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