iPod Nano 6th Generation

The fashionable new iPod Nano 6th Generation may look square, but in truth it’s the farthest thing from it. Colorful as ever, the new Nano comes in choice of 7 bright colors glistening in anodized aluminum. And for the first time ever in the history of the Nano line, the device leaves the standard controls behind in place of a 1.5 inch, 240 x 240 resolution multi-touch screen that takes up the entire face of the device. That’s just the start of what makes the iPod Nano 6th Generation pop. True to its name, this Nano may still be small in size (in fact it’s almost half the size and weight of its predecessor) yet it’s got many of the same big features packed into it as the full-sized iPod Touch.

Easily access Playlists, browse Artists, create Genius Mixes, and see what’s Now Playing, all from the main screen, all with a flick of the finger. Listen to FM Radio, if you’d like a break from your own selection. And hear spoken information with a Voice Over feature that allows you a newfound freedom and flexibility to control the device without even having to look the screen. This Nano is also designed with a 30-pin connector built-in for conveniently plugging the device into a car stereo, home speaker system, or many of the other plug-and-play listening devices made especially for the iPod line.
The 6th Generation Nano makes a bold fashion statement, with a new built-in clip that lets you more easily attach the device discreetly to a sleeve, belt, pocket, or bag for easy listening anywhere on the go. And if you like Apple‘s Cover-Flow feature, then you’ll love how the new Nano’s screen can display the album cover art of the music you’re currently listening to. Either that or show off your favorite photos. You can even set any number of custom wallpaper designs to further personalize the look of new Nano to match your personality or your outfit and mood for the day.
With the iPod Nano 6th Generation, Apple proves once again that bigger and better things can keep on coming in smaller and smaller packages.



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