Not to be confused with GameFly's own GameCenter App, Apple's Game Center will be available next week for most Apple devices in conjunction with the iOS 4.1 roll-out, but won't be ready for the iPad until the release of iOS 4.2 in November.
According to Apple's Steve Jobs, the gaming application is multiplayer-focused, including matchmaking and leaderboards across multiple games, in addition to the expected ability to play with friends. (via Joystiq)
In the same keynote, Jobs revealed a new iPod Touch device with features pulled directly from the recent iPhone upgrade. The new Touch sports an updated screen with Retina Display, 3-axis gyroscope and Apple's A4 chip. The device, which will be available next week, will also feature a front-facing camera.The new iPod Touch models will be available in an 8GB model for $229, a 32 GB model for $299 and a 64GB model for $399.