Apple Launch teenie iPod Mini during Jobs' keynote at the San Fran MacWorld Expo. It's only 3.6 inches high and sports a 4GB drive that holds around a thousand songs. You can buy one in silver, gold (Bling!), blue, pink, and green (could this signal a return to flavoured iMacs?) which come with a variety of additional accessories; Griffin have brought out a very tasty microphone. The iPod Mini is only available in the States at the moment for $249 and will be available worldwide from April. The 10 GB iPod has been replaced by 15GBs.
iLife has also been spruced up for '04. Budding musicians can now flex their creative muscles with GarageBand, "The first studio-quality tool anyone — from novices to pros — can use to make music."