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The 3rd Generation iPod Nano is the perfect choice! The iPod Nano has a sleek and slim design. The iPod Nano measures 1.5 inches wide, 3.6 inches high and only 0.24 inches thick and comes with an easy to see 2.2 inch diagonal QVGA display screen. The 3rd Generation iPod Nano has video capability which allows you to watch your favorite movies on its wide screen. The iPod Nano comes in a variety of colors. It’s available in silver, pink, blue, green, blue, black, and comes with 4GB of downloadable space. If you like red, you can get the Nano with up to 8GB of space. (4th and 5th Generation Nano iPods come available in up to 16GB of storage space. It also uses a flash memory, (just like the iPod Shuffle). The flash memory is great for people that live active lives as it won’t skip with sudden movements. Joggers can buy an accessory called the Nike+ iPod Sport Kit which allows you to listen to your music, all while measuring your distance, speed, and workout progress. What makes the iPod Nano different from the iPod Shuffle? The iPod Nano has a display screen just like the iPod Classic, this allows you to navigate more easily through the menu and it even comes with a really cool slideshow function. The battery power under the hood is nothing to snicker at either as you have 24 hours of listing enjoyment with only one charge, and up to 5 hours of continuous video playback.
First Generation iPod Nano
On September 7th 2005 Apple replaced the 2nd Generation iPod Mini with the 1st Generation iPod Nano .What a good decision Apple made here. Within the first 17 days of its release, Apple sold over a million Units. It came available in black or white with either a 2GB or 4GB flash memory. The 2 GB Nano holds approximately 500 songs while the 4GB iPod Nano will hold approximately 1000 songs. The First generation iPod Nano also comes equipped with 2.2 inch QVGA diagonal display screen and a click wheel similar to the one found on the iPod Classic. The 1st Generation iPod Nano offers 14 hours of audio battery life with 4 hours of slide show viewing on a new and improved color screen. Shortly after the release of the 1st Generation iPod Nano, Apple added a 1GB iPod Nano model that could hold up to 240 songs and had a color screen for picture viewing.
Second Generation iPod Nano
On September 12th 2006 Apple released the second generation iPod Nano. It came available in either a 2GB, 4GB or 8GB version. The 2GB iPod Nano only came available in silver as where the 4GB iPod Nano came in 4 colors (Silver Green Blue and Pink) Then on October 13th 2006 a 4GB red Special Edition model was released. The 8GB iPod Nano only came available in black until November 3th 2006 when the red Special Edition model was released. All 2nd Generation iPod Nano models come with 24 hours of audio listing and 5 hours of slide show viewing.
Third Generation iPod Nano
Apple updated the iPod Nano with several exciting features on September 5, 2007. The third-generation Nano features a 2-inch QVGA screen and a shorter, wider, heavier design, with all new colors. One new very exciting feature is Cover Flow. Cover Flow is an animated three dimensional graphical browser that’s integrated within iTunes. Apple also made the iPod compatible with consumers running a Vista operating system. The 3rd Generation iPod Nano was introduced as a silver 4 GB version and came with 64 Megs of Ram which was double compared to its predecessor.. The 8 GB iPod Nano was launched at the same time and came in silver, turquoise, mint green, black, and product red. The third generation iPod Nano has approx. 24 hours of audio listing and apprx.5 hours of video playback. About four months later Apple released a pink 8gb iPod Nano.
Fourth Generation iPod Nano
On September 9th 2008 Apple surprised us all with their new 8GB and 16GB 4th Generation iPod Nano. It came available in 9 exciting colors, silver, black, purple, blue green, yellow, orange, pink product red and a special edition. The fourth Generation iPod was longer and thinner than the third generation iPod, measuring 3.6” by 1.5” and weighs only 1.3oz. Apple again revised the interface of this iPod and gave it a few really cool features like, Voice Recording and a feature called “Shake to Shuffle”. The audio battery life remained the same 24 hours like the 3rd Generation iPod but the video playback lost a little ground with only 4 hours of battery life.
Fifth Generation iPod Nano
On September 9, 2009 exactly one year after the release of the 4th Generation iPod Nano, the fifth generation iPod Nano was unveiled, with even a lower purchase price than its predecessor. The fifth generation iPod was released in both a 8GB and a 16GB and came with many new features like a new glossy case, a larger, 2.2" diagonal screen, an FM tuner, a microphone, Nike+, Pedometer, Live Pause and a video camera with special effects.
The 5th Generation iPod Nano comes in the same 9 colors as the fourth generation iPod: Silver, Black, Purple, Light Blue, Dark Green, Yellow, Orange, PRODUCT RED (Special Edition) and Pink and also has 24 hours of audio listing but has one additional hour of video playback compared to the fourth generation iPod Nano.
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