The 16GB iPod nano (Silver) (7th Generation) from Apple is a digital media player with a compact design and intuitive multi-touch screen. In addition to digital audio playback, the iPod nano lets you look at photos, listen to FM radio and work out using built-in Nike+ support.
You'll be able to swipe, drag, tap and rotate your fingers across the display to control the player's functionality. The 2.5" Multi-touch display lets you view photos and watch videos in crystal clear quality. Album art also looks great when playing your favorite artist or band.
The smooth anodized aluminum design allows the iPod nano to be ultra-slim as well as durable. The built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery has a music playback time of up to 30 hours on a full charge and a video playback time of up to 3.5 hours on a full charge. The iPod nano can also fast charge in about 1.5 hours (charges up to 80% battery capacity) while a full charge would take about 3 hours.
- About the size of a credit card, the iPod nano is just 0.21" (5.4mm) thin. The 2.5" Multi-Touch display is nearly twice the size of the display on the previous iPod nano, so you can see more of the music, photos and videos you have. Tactile buttons let you quickly play, pause, change songs or adjust the volume. The smooth anodized aluminum design makes the iPod nano stylish yet durable. There are also a variety of colors to choose from
- Tap to play your favorite songs, entire albums or everything by one artist. You can even browse by genres or composers. Flip through your music by album art. To keep things fresh, give the iPod nano a shake and it shuffles to a different song in your music library
- Now you can watch episodes of your favorite TV shows, Hollywood blockbusters, free video podcasts and home videos on your iPod nano. View them on the widescreen 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display. Tap to play, fast-forward, rewind, and pause
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Pairing iPod nano with Bluetooth-enabled headphones and supported speakers is a cinch. With no wires in the way, connecting to Bluetooth devices is hassle free. And if your car's sound system is Bluetooth enabled, when you sit down in the driver's seat, your iPod nano is ready to pick up where you left off without missing a beat
- FM radio keeps you up on what's going on out there, whether it's the game, the top news stories or your favorite talk shows. Just plug in your headphones and tap to see the controls. Flick the radio dial to change stations. Tap to set your favorites. Need to take a break? With Live Pause, you won't miss a minute. Just tap to pause the song or show, then tap again to continue. You can even rewind as far back as 15 minutes, so you can be sure to catch the lyrics of your favorite song. You can also fast-forward to catch up to a live broadcast
- While the older Apple earbuds have gotten a lot of criticism for not fitting well and having poor sound quality, Apple has reinvented them into the Apple EarPods. The Apple EarPods were designed to fit the ear, not the other way around. It has a front vent, a rear vent, a bass vent and a primary acoustic outlet to provide deeper bass and better audio all around while staying stable in your ears
- Lightning Connector
- Replacing the 30-pin dock connector with something newer, smaller, and better, the iPod nano has what is called Lightning.It's significantly more durable than the 30-pin connector. It's also reversible, so there's no wrong way to plug in the cable. If you have an iPod nano accessory that depends on the 30-pin connector, you can still connect it to your iPod nano with a Lightning to 30-pin adapter (sold separately). Though with more and more accessories adding wireless capabilities through Bluetooth technology, thankfully cords and cables don't have to be a hassle
- The iPod nano gives you some much-needed musical motivation and provides real-time feedback. Since Nike+ support and a pedometer are built into iPod nano, there's no need to connect a receiver or use a shoe sensor to track your steps, distance, pace, time, and calories burned. Built-in Bluetooth technology lets you wirelessly connect to heart-rate monitors and headphones, making it easier to exercise. And at the end of your workout, sync iPod nano to nikeplus.com to track your daily activity and goals, check your NikeFuel, and monitor your fitness progress against yourself and your friends
- The larger screen on the new iPod nano works well for viewing photos. Just pinch and zoom to view your favorite pictures
- Browse podcasts through the podcast directory in iTunes. When you find one (or more than one) you're interested in, subscribe. That way you won't miss an episode. Oh, and the best part? Thousands of them are free
- iTunes is the easiest way to fill your iPod nano with music, movies, TV shows, audiobooks, podcasts, and more. Just buy from the iTunes Store on your Mac or PC, or import your CD collection into iTunes. Then you can make your own playlists, create Genius playlists, choose Genius Mixes and sync it all to your iPod nano
- The iPod nano comes with accessibility features that help people with disabilities enjoy music, audiobooks, and more using Voice Over, Invert Colors and Mono Audio