Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod nano 4th Generation
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Apple iPod Nano 4th Generation 8GB
labeya17, REVIEW STREAM
25 July 2014
Excerpt: The first portable music player that I have owned is the Apple iPod Nano 4th Generation 8GB. I really saved up a lot so that I can have one because I need a music companion that I can bring with me everywhere I go.
Summary: First of all I was never an apple supporter because every item that I've bought from them dies within a year I purchase it. I decided to give the Ipod nano a try because I need something small to hold all of my music. Secondly, I ordered a 4th Generation Ipod nano and some how I ended up with a 5th Generation Ipod nano with a camera and a microphone. Also, the Ipod I purchased would not even turn on....
Summary: The iPod was delivered very quickly and was mostly as described, but it still had the previous owner's music on it. It worked out, because we have similar taste, but it wouldn't have been awesome otherwise.
Love that clickwheel design, Apples best Ipod design
Nicolai T. Szlufik, Amazon
21 June 2014
Summary: The 4th and 5th gen Ipods are arguably the best. Everything you need in a music player and nothing you dont. The ingenius clickwheel design is sorely missed - navigating music and volume is much easier with tactile feedback than with a screen that is hampered by swea. And when you work up a sweat as you would on a long run, you dont have the headache of using a screen and swipe not working. Apple, get back to tried and true stuff.
Would love the iPod if they would stop freezing up
Macy Banton, Amazon
12 June 2014
Summary: Although I'm not the typical 'Apple fanatic' (for example I prefer the Kindle Fire to the iPad), I've owned two 4th generation iPod Nano's. The first one froze up with the first two or three months of ownership and after having to have it sent out to be looked at was finally replaced under an extended warranty I received with the iPod (which was a Father's Day gift).
Summary: It was NIB, but would not hold a charge and wouldn't play a single song if it wasn't hooked to the charger. No way for seller to know that, so not his fault. Returned it for a refund as it was defective.