Apple’s latest “touch” of genius

Apple has been coming out with a lot of sweet gadgets recently; the latest iPhone, the iPhone 4, is no doubt an amazing piece of machinery, and the Apple iPods only seem to be getting better and better. With the release of the newly redesigned Apple Shuffle, we also have the release of the very sophisticated 6th generation iPod Nano. The iPod nano’s slick new design makes it the latest hot topic mp3 on the market. Not only has it been upgraded with a wonderful touch screen, but it has also shed quite a bit of weight and height compared to its last generation. Coming in a range of anodized aluminum colors (Blue, Red, Orange, Green, Grey, and Black) and sporting a perfect 1.54 sized touch screen, the latest Nano offers customers something different.

Although the latest iPod Nano is impressive on the outside, its functions are pretty basic. The Nano can play music and display pictures… but that’s about it. No, you can’t download “aps” on it, and no, you can’t take pictures with it. You can access the radio, however, and play around with the menus setup, which is actually quite fun (you can flip your menus upside down and reposition its icons). For work out junkies and sport lovers, the new Nano’s design is very convenient: just clip it on and easily control your music with the convenient touch screen. It also has one particular application, the pedometer, which keeps track of your steps, records your workout time, and displays the amount of calories burned. The Nano also provides the following: a feature called Voice-Over, which can voice over any song’s details in 29 different languages; a contrast option where you can change the Nano’s menu colour, and a Mono Audio option which allows you to shift sound more towards one ear bud than the other.

For a more detailed look at the 6th generation iPod Nano, you can visit Apple’s online store here.

In the meanwhile, check out the Apple’s nice new ads for the latest nano:

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2 Responses to Apple’s latest “touch” of genius

  1. Kesavan muthurajah says:


    This was a nice topic. It was well researched and provides useful information to anyone that is interested in iPods. Well done!!! Nice structure for the context with various colors used for certain parts of the text.

  2. bennybui says:


    I was thinking about getting the new Nano, but reading your post looks like nothing really changed from the older versions. It was informative!


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