Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod Nano / 7th Generation
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Apple iPod nano (7th generation) review
11 February 2013
Conclusion: Overall, the 7th generation nano has some nice upgrades and features. If you are in the market for a versatile portable music player, you won’t go wrong with this one. But for my taste, even with all the new nanos upgrades, I am still partial to the 6th generation nano.
Excerpt: The new iPod nano brings a bigger screen, bluetooth support and a fresh design, but stops short of adding WiFi and a full version of iOS 6 that supports apps and streaming music. As an MP3 player the iPod nano is one of the best, but for users that already own smartphones the $150 anodized aluminum...
Excerpt: Apple took their sweet time upgrading the iPod family as the 4th Generation iPod Touch and 6th generation iPod Nano basically skipped a year of upgrades. Fortunately, along with the release of the iPhone 5, a whole new family of iPods came with it.
Summary: Reinvented for 2012, and now with videos... again
Pros: Bluetooth, Multi-touch, Nike+ Fitness built-in, FM Radio built-in, Choice of colours, The iPod nano is a convenient size and shape. The multi-touch display performs well and video playback is a welcome addition. The most functional app is the Fitness app, but the most effort has been put into the...
Cons: No camera, No 3rd party apps, No clip, Old-style earphones, We thought the Radio app was a bit weak – reception wasn't great and something needs to be done to make stations easier to discover. As mentioned, the new Lightning connector means your old accessories no longer fit. We'd have liked the ...
Excerpt: Apple has announced its seventh-generation iPod nano. Our UK counterparts got their hands on a display model for a short period after its launch, providing their initial thoughts. We will provide a detailled review when we receive the device.
Pros: Plays video in widescreen; small; colours will appeal to some