The new Apple TV for $99.
The new Apple TV will be streaming 720p video only (no big surprise there), and that existing Apple TVs won't be getting an upgrade to the new cloud-based software (again, not a shocker).
The new operating system for the iPhone and iPod Touch will also have a new photo feature called High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photos.
It has HDMI, Ethernet, optical audio, and USB plugs around back, and of course 802.11n for the cable-averse.
A demo of a new game - currently called "project sword" - was shown as part of the Game Center unveiling. The role-playing game, which features sword battles, is being developed by Epic Games and will be available on the iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad.
The new line of iPods will feature a built in FM tuner that can also display photos. The iPod will also now be completely touch screen, and will not have any buttons on the device itself. It will cost a total of $149 for the 8 GB version of the iPod and $179 for the 16 GB version.
The AirTunes software is being renamed AirPlay, and will allow users to switch video streaming from an iPad or iPhone to an Apple TV device.
The new Shuffles will cost $49 and come with 2 gigabytes of memory and a 15-hour battery life.
New iPod nano
The Nano is getting a new look that puts it more in line with the iPod Touch functionality, as the new Nano will feature a touchscreen with controls for playing, pausing, and selecting music.