The new iPod Nano 6G was revealed along with Apple’s 2010 line of new products – including the new Apple TV, iPod Touch 4G, and the new iPod Shuffle – and the new iPod Nano sports a new design like never before. Following are the greatest features of the new iPod Nano 6G’s design.
The first word that came to my mind when I saw the new design of the iPod Nano 6G for the first time was “touchscreen.” The touchscreen of the new 2010 iPod Nano has totally revolutionized the design of the iPod Nano and is the most noticeable feature of the 6th generation iPod Nano’s design. The cool new multi-touch surface of the Nano allows swiping and shaking to switch from song to song while allowing lots of other features in the most compact iPod Nano design ever.
Thanks to the multi-touch screen of the 6th generation Nano, the iPod Nano now sits in a 1.4″x1.61″ frame and weighs only 0.74 ounces and has a 1.54 inch screen – as opposed to the larger iPod Nano 5G which sported a 2.2 inch screen, sat in a 3.6″x1.5″ frame, and weighed almost twice as much as the 6G at 1.28 ounces. The added portability of the iPod Nano 6G makes transporting the 6G around, working out with your new iPod, or making your daily rounds more convenient with the 6G’s sleeker and smaller size.
The new 2010 lineup of iPod Nano’s come in up to 7 different colors including a Silver, Graphite, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, and (Product) Red Special Edition colored iPod Nano. The added colors of the new Nano gives them a wide range of style that are sure to fit the personality of many different Nano fans and makes the new versions of this classic gadget appear even more trendy.
The Added Inbuilt Clip
The new added inbuilt clip of the 6th generation iPod Nano might not seem like a feature to rave about, but trust me; it is. The clip of the new iPod Nano makes them easy to snap on your pockets instead of going in them and makes them easier to access while working out, walking down the street, or doing any of your regular daily tasks – and the good part is that it’s not an accessory that you’ll have to buy in addition to the purchase of the iPod Nano because it’s already built in.
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