A recent Apple event saw an extensive refreshing of Apple’s quintessential music player, the iPod. The familiar offerings of the Nano, Shuffle and Touch were all given a new series of features with the Nano and Shuffle enjoying comprehensive visual changes. First up is the iPod Shuffle which regains a series of buttons once again with VoiceOver features and a familiar clipable design from previous generations. The iPod Nano undergoes the most drastic change with a square-shaped design combined with a fully functional touch screen. Despite the diminutive stature of the Nano, it gains all-new playback functionality as well as a built-in FM radio. Rounding out the updates is the iPod Touch with a highly detailed 960 x 640 Retina display, Apple FaceTime software for video-conferencing options and HD recording among other highlights.