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October 26, 2012

Review: 7th-generation iPod nano does little to excite

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by Chris Foresman, Ars Technica

In 2011, Apple largely left 2010’s iPod nano alone, though it did slightly tweak the software to embrace a popular use of the tiny touchscreen device as a watch replacement. A small cottage industry spring up to design and sell all manner of iPod nano “watch bands,” but Apple has now abandoned that idea in favor of giving the seventh-generation iPod nano a larger, 2.5″ touchscreen capable of playing videos. Beyond the new screen, the addition of Bluetooth 4.0, and the switch to Apple’s smaller Lightning connector, however, very little of the internal hardware changed in the 2012 iPod nano. Software remains largely the same as well, with a similar collection of “apps” all provided by Apple.

http://arstechnica.com/apple/2012/10/review-7th-generation-ipod-nano-does-little-to-excite/

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