iPod Nano, Getting Back to Old Design
|Back to Old Design... Almost.|
Anyway, the highlight of the new iPod Nano is not only the design, but also the richer selection of colors. The colors are identical to the iPod Touch and Shuffle... and again, it's most likely to be meant to draw the attention from youngsters and teenagers.
The Nano also features a new Bluetooth 4.0 technology, for connecting to your car's audio, or that rockin' speaker in your house, or your cordless headphones. The F.M. radio is still present, in case you're bored about your playlist, and want to listen to something different.
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The New Nano is also using the new dock connector. Just like its bigger siblings, it also uses Lightning. I guess 30-pin connectors will be obsolete in a few years...
So, I guess that's all. I guess there's nothing new except for the earphones, connectors, bigger screen, and bluetooth. Nevertheless, this might be just the right iPod that intervenes between the entry-level Shuffle, and the high-end Touch.
I think I'll buy this one, but I need to see the demo for the product at the nearest retailer, though. I don't want to spend my hard-earned $149 for something I don't really need. Who's with me? :D
Okay, I guess that's all, Guys. This is the last line that Apple updated during yesterday's media event. Does any of them tempt you to buy it? Feel free to give your comments below. As always, thanks for visiting here and reading my posts :D