Apple today introduced the new iPod touch featuring Apple’s multi-touch user interface that enables users to find and enjoy all of their music, videos and more on its widescreen display with just the touch of a finger. First introduced on iPhone, the multi-touch interface uses new software to present the perfect user interface for each application. The iPod touch also includes Wi-Fi wireless networking, the first on any iPod, and three applications that use it: Safari, Apple’s advanced browser that lets users wirelessly view Web pages just as they look on their computer, and features Google Search or Yahoo! oneSearch; Apple’s YouTube application lets users wirelessly watch over 10 million free videos from the Internet’s most popular video Web site; and the new iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store lets users wirelessly browse, preview and buy songs and albums from the iTunes music store. The iPod touch is 8 mm thin and is scheduled to be available later this month. The 8GB iPod touch model is US$299 and the 16GB iPod model is $399.