New Apple iPod Nano 6G Launched : Price, Specs & review

Posted by on Sep 02, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Apple CEO Steve Jobs has launched its latest version, Apple iPod Nano at a news conference in San Francisco on 1st September, 2010. The new iPad Nano comes with 1.5-inch color display with 240-by-240 pixel resolution, and it 46 percent smaller than its predecessor.


iPod Nano is  Apple’s portable media player and the first version of the iPod Nano was launched in the end of  2005 as a replacement for the iPod mini.  It equips with flash memory like the iPod Shuffle, but with a 56 millimetres (2.2 in) QVGA display on the latest model, and a “Multitouch” display, similar to the one found on the iPod Touch. It’s half the  size and even easier to play. And all you want to listen to is just a tap or swipe.

iPan Nano works in the same manner the other operating system devices with a home screen occupied with icons of playlist, photos and artist, control playback and much more. Display can be physically turned to suit the Nano’s position when clipped to clothing.  The feature of the  iPod are a high-resolution “retina” screen, a powerful A4 processor, two cameras and the ability to run FaceTime, Apple’s mobile video chat service.

The iPod Nano was shrunk down and given a petite 1.7-inch screen and small square enclosure.  The device has lost the click wheel and the video playing and capture features of its ancestor but gains multitouch input. This is the first important consumer MPG device that is not a so-called “computer” or cell phone or multi-purpose device. With the built-in 30-pin connector, users can connect it into car stereo system, home theatre and many other products. iPod Nano has also FM radio which will make the users 24 hours occupied.

Colours available: Graphite, pink, blue, silver, green, gold and product Red version.

Price: $149 for 8GB, $179 for 16GB

Apple iPod Nano 6G Launched video from youtube:

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