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A range of iPod accessories greet visitors to the Apple store in downtown San Francisco. But not all the add-ons will be compatible with the company’s latest music players.
Griffin’s iTalk digital voice recorder is an example of a product that was designed for the iPod’s top connector and won’t work with the Nano or Apple’s new video-capable iPod.
Apple’s Universal Dock supports the company’s new remote, which can be used to control both the iPod and the Front Row media features on the new iMac.
A new Griffin iTrip with a dock connector is compatible with the latest iPods.