iPod Nano 7th generation review
The iPod Nano 7th Generation Review is a cute and functional MP3 player. With it, you can walk while enjoying all the delights of iTunes. Price iPod Nano is 149 dollars, memory size – 16 GB. The device is undoubtedly suitable for those who are looking for an easy-to-use media player of low weight.
However, in comparison with the iPod Touch, which costs $ 199 and with the iPod Shuffle, which can be purchased for only $ 49, the Nano does not look very convincing.
Over the years, Nano has undergone dramatic design changes. This time, Apple made it look like a tiny iPod Touch both in terms of appearance and in terms of functionality. The device has a 2.5-inch touch screen and a sound switch on the left. Like all modern mobile devices, Apple is equipped with a button Home (Home), located below. The Sleep/Wake (Power) button is on the top of the device, and the headphone jack and Lightning port are on the bottom.
The player has small overall parameters: 3 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. The thickness of the device is only 0.21 inches. In an adult’s hand, he looks ridiculously small, as if it were an iPhone made for a teddy bear. But, oddly enough, the size of the touch screen buttons is sufficient for convenient work with them.
The greatest success of the design of the new Nano is a unique sound switch, located on the side, which has a Play / Pause button in the middle, functioning the same way as VoiceOver Navigator. A little practice, and you can upload files from the music collection without even looking at the screen.
The design flaws include the lack of remote control on the EarPods headphone cord.
iPod Nano 7th generation retained all the software features of last year’s models, including the convenient Music, Podcasts, Clock, Radio, Audio Books, iTunes U, Photo, Pedometer, and Settings menu. The new generation of Nano 7 is the function of video replay and fast Bluetooth.
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iPod Nano boasts a lot. A Device which weighs is little more than a credit card; the ability to play videos, count steps, and play music for hours is an engineering marvel. As stated by Apple, the device can play 30 hours of music and 3.5 hours of video without recharging. Not bad for such a baby.
Even though the seventh generation Apple iPod Nano is certainly an excellent product in terms of design and functionality, it is not clear for whom it is made. For fitness purposes, the less expensive iPod Shuffle is fine. However, by paying only $ 50, you can get a new iPod Touch, which has a 4-inch screen on its board, a powerful A5 processor, and an iOS operating system with many features.