Apple today introduced the reinvented and thinner iPod nano portable audio/video player, featuring a 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display, convenient navigation buttons, and built-in Bluetooth for wireless listening.
The new iPod nano is the thinnest iPod ever, at just 5 mm, and features the largest display ever built into an iPod nano, allowing you to enjoy more of your music, photos and widescreen videos. Its 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display makes navigating your music even easier, while the iPhone-like home button quickly gets you back to your home screen. Convenient side panel buttons make it easy to control volume and quickly play, pause or change songs without looking.
The new iPod nano gives music lovers built-in Bluetooth for wireless listening with Bluetooth-enabled headphones, speakers and cars. At 30 hours, the new iPod nano offers the longest music playback of any iPod nano so you can enjoy your playlists and FM radio even longer. With built-in fitness features including a pedometer and support for Nike+, iPod nano users will be ready to take their music walking, running or anywhere they like. The new iPod nano comes in seven gorgeous new colors with fun color-matched wallpapers.
The iPod nano come with the new Lightning connector that is smaller, smarter and more durable than the previous connector. The all-digital Lightning connector features an adaptive interface that uses only the signals that each accessory requires, and it’s reversible so you can instantly connect to your accessories. The Lightning-to-30-pin Adapter is also available to connect iPod nano to legacy 30-pin accessories.
The iPod nano also come with the new Apple EarPods featuring a breakthrough design for a more natural fit, increased durability and an incredible acoustic quality typically reserved for higher-end earphones.
Pricing & Availability
iPod nano (7th generation) will be available in October 2012 in pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, silver and slate for $149 (US) in a 16GB model.