Apple Redesigns the iPod Nano, Packs 2.5-inch Screen, FM Radio and Bluetooth

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The iPod Nano is probably the most inconsistent product from Apple, design-wise.  The Nano has seen varying designs since the first iteration was launched years ago.   The first to fifth generation Nanos had a scroll wheel and a small display.  The sixth generation Nano, on the other hand, had a square design with all-touch gestures.  Apple decided it should try another design for the seventh generation Nano.

The new Nano has a 2.5-inch touch display and a home button at the bottom, giving it the look and feel of a small iPhone.   The new Nano is said to be the thinnest Nano yet at just 5mm.  There are physical playback controls along the side of the device.  This is a departure from the all-touch operation of the previous Nano.  There’s also an FM radio tuner and Bluetooth connectivity for wireless listening with Bluetooth-enabled headphones, speakers and cars.

The new iPod Nano will come with the new Lightning connector and the new Apple EarPods. The new Nano also has built-in fitness features like a pedometer and support for Nike+.   Apple promises 30 hours of playback which is quite good.

The iPod Nano will be available in October in pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, silver and slate.  It has a suggested retail price of $149 for a 16GB model. is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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