Hands-On Impressions of the New iPod Nano [Video]

Hands-On Impressions of the New iPod Nano [Video]

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Here's some hands-on impressions of the new iPod Nano that Apple unveiled today.





Cb - September 13, 2012 at 3:08pm
Very Disappointing...I have 2 6th Gen nanos, one I wear as a watch and the other in my car. I expected them to expand on the features of a wearable nano watch, adding Bluetooth and some communication between it and the iPhone. This is a BIG step backwards. What's the point of this sized nano when it's no longer small, just get an itouch already. I get soooo many compliments on my nano LunaTik watch and I love it. Guess ill buy a few 6th gens and keep em handy just in case I need a new watch. :-)
Anon - September 13, 2012 at 6:45am
This version of the iPod nano is a reverse in technology as it was for the previous iteration. I own the 5th generation iPod nano as it has everything that is included in this version of the iPod nano aside from multitouch display, the "home button" and the new lightening port. Disappointing indeed.
Anon - September 13, 2012 at 6:48am
One of the most important technology aspects this version of the iPod nano is missing, that the 5th generation has is the video/picture capture.
Barry - September 12, 2012 at 11:04pm
Apple have really lost the plot on the iPod nano. They have changed the form factor and made it look as ugly as hell. Steve Job's comments that "soon everyone will wear one" obviously didn't filter through to anyone in Apple at all. Totally disappointed with this. Was looking for thinner design with built in bluetooth, the ability to link the device to your iPhone and all that jazz … instead Apple went all retro … major FAIL Apple … Major FAIL!!!!
Simon - September 13, 2012 at 1:11pm
I hear ya. I too was waiting for those features. But maybe apple is designing a new device you can wear and link to your phone? Maybe an actual watch.