New iPhone and iPod Models have Twice the Memory

Apple announced that it has new models of the iPhone and iPod with twice the memory of older <img src='' alt='apple-logo6.jpg'class="left"
versions. A version of the iPhone will now sell with 16 gigabytes of memory. Since its launch in June of 2007, Apple has sold over 4 million iPhones. The new model will sell for $499 in the United States.

The iPod touch, a touch-screen device that plays music, videos and can access the Web, has doubled its memory to 32 gigabytes. The new iPod touch will also sell for $499 in the United States.