Apple iPod Nano
Sync your music, audiobooks, podcasts, and photographs to these compact touchscreen music players, or use them on the go to listen to the radio and track your steps or workouts.
A 2.5” or 1.54” LCD display with multitouch interface gives you enough room to design your playlists or sort your music and photos before slipping the Nano into your pocket or your overflowing backpack’s smallest crevasse.
Shake to Shuffle
When activated, the Shake to Shuffle feature does just what it says on the tin: lets you shuffle your music with a simple side-to-side shake of the device. It’s also easy to deactivate if you’re on the move or going for a run.
Since Apple knows how many of its users take advantage of the Nano’s compact size to create playlists for their runs, workouts, and commutes, these models come equipped with a pedometer and a basic fitness-tracking program.
Specifications: 16GB 7th-Generation Nano
- Product number: MD476LL/A
- Seventh-generation iPod Nano
- Available in Yellow
- 2.5” multitouch TFT display and “home” button
- 240x432 resolution: 202 ppi
- Aluminum and glass case design
- 16GB memory
- Holds up to 4,000 songs or 14,000 photos
- Samsung ARM processor
- Lightning and headphone ports
- iOS-inspired operating system
- Integrated pedometer
- FM radio with “live pause” functionality
- Shake to Shuffle
- H.264 video playback support (720x576)
- No microphone, speaker, or camera
- Lithium-ion battery charges fully in about three hours
- Up to 30 hours of music playback or 3.5 hours of video playback on a full charge
- Condition: new
- Dimensions: 3.01” (L) x 1.56” (W) x 0.21” (D)
- Mac Support: Mac OS X 10.6.8
- Windows Support: Windows XP SP3/Vista
- Comes with Apple earphones and a Lightning-to-USB cable
From the start, Steve Jobs was enthralled with not only the novelty of technology but also its design. When speaking about the Apple computer, he said it was “going to be insanely beautiful.” Over the years, Apple’s products have worked to fuse innovative technology with almost artful design. The iMac stunned the world with its colorful plastic shells, which the New York Times said “more closely resemble a pack of Life Savers than a new computer line.” The glossy white iPod—no bigger than a deck of playing cards—could hold an entire library of music. Time Magazine named the iPhone the Invention of the Year for its stunning design and, uniquely, because of the promise it held for even better products in the future. With each new item they launch, Apple works to shape the way future societies communicate, learn, and dance when they’re alone.
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