The boss of Apple has returned to the spotlight after lifesaving surgery to announce the new iPod Nano range will have in-built video cameras.

The new iPod Nano with video camera
The new iPod Nano comes with a video camera

Steve Jobs received a standing ovation when he took to the stage at a news conference in San Francisco.
The 54-year-old had a liver transplant five months ago which forced him to take a break from working at the technology firm behind Mac computers, iPod mp3 players and iPhones.
Clearly emotional, Mr Jobs began by encouraging the audience to sign the organ donor register.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils the new iPod Nano
Apple boss made comeback
"I now have the liver of a mid-20s person who died in a car crash and was generous enough to donate their organs," he said.
"I wouldn't be here without such generosity."
The Apple boss announced a raft of changes to the company's range ahead of the Christmas shopping market.
This includes an in-built video camera, FM radio and pedometer for Nano devices, and an iPod Touch with 64GB memory.
There will also be an overhaul of iTunes, which will include "home sharing", the ability to copy the music libraries of other members of a household.
But some pundits were disappointed after rumours of a "tablet" - a hybrid between a small laptop and an iPhone - failed to materialise.
Computer Weekly's Faisal Alani told Sky News Online: "The video camera Nano is very cool and will do very well, but I think everyone thought they were coming to see a tablet launched in time for Christmas."
Mr Jobs' appearance was expected to encourage investors but shares fell after he spoke, dropping to US$170.60 after increasing to $174 before the event.