The new iPod nano has recently been redesigned, and now has a touch screen which isn’t the size of your finger. It is now like a mini iPod touch.
The new design is about the size of a credit card, and is 5.4 mm thin. Apparently, it is the thinnest iPod ever made. The display is twice as big as the previous iPod nano, so you can actually see what’s going on.
The new iPod nano has the ability to play actual video. Finally! I have had one of the old ones (like 4th gen.) and, frankly, the absence of video playing really annoyed me. Well, good that it is able to play videos now.
It also has Bluetooth, who would have thought? This is an interesting thing to add, but it’s probably a good thing to add.
Size and Weight:
Height – 76.5 mm
Width – 39.6 mm
Depth – 5.4 mm
Weight – 31 grams
True Volume – 15 537 mm³
Capacity: 16 GB
Display: – 2.5 inch Multi-Touch display
– 240 X 432 pixel resolution
Music playback time: Up to 30 hours
Video playback time: Up to 3.5 hours
Fast-charge time: about 1.5 hours (charges up to 80%)
Full charge time: about 3 hours
In the Box
– iPod nano
– Apple EarPods
– Lightning to USB Cable
– Quick Start guide
The iPod nano is, now with the whole new design, pretty cool. It’s like it’s a mini iPod touch, only without the games. If you can’t afford an iPod touch, obviously, get this, because (even though I don’t have one) it is awesome! I might write another Apple post soon, because Slenderman’s Shadow are being really annoying and not releasing the Secret Project. But, I will tell you what the next Apple post will be. It is…
the iPod classic.