Nike has teamed up with Apple to develop innovative new products for runners that will enable footwear to communicate with the iPod nano. The Nike+iPod Sport Kit, which will cost about $29, includes an in-shoe sensor, which attaches to Nike+ ready footwear, and a receiver that fits to the iPod nano. The first compatible shoe to be released will be the Nike Air Zoom Moire in July for about $100, but Nike is planning to make many of its leading footwear styles Nike+ ready. Once connected, information on distance, calories burned and pace is stored on iPod and displayed on the screen, while real-time audible feedback is also provided through headphones. Afterwards, the iPod nano can be connected to a computer and, through iTunes, can automatically sync and store workout data in a customised workout log on That website also allows users to log workout data, view and evaluate personal training goals and review distance, time, pace and calories burned.