iPod Nano: Overview



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iPod (Nano)iPod nano is smaller than iPod mini and has a color screen and a Click Wheel but has flash memory instead of a hard drive. You sync music and photos with a USB 2 cable—not FireWire. The capacity of the iPod nano is engraved on the back of the case.
iPod (Nano) 2You can distinguish the iPod nano (2nd generation) from other models by: its smaller size, its colors, the dock connector and headphone port are both located on the bottom of the device.
iPod (Nano) 3You can distinguish the iPod nano (3rd generation) from previous iPod nano models by: its wider screen, the hold switch is on the bottom, its ability to play video.
iPod (Nano) 4You can distinguish the iPod nano (4th generation) from previous iPod nano models by: Its taller screen, its curved surface, its oval shape when seen from the top or bottom, the inclusion of an accelerometer that is used by the Shake feature.
iPod (Nano) 5You can distinguish the iPod nano (5th generation) from previous iPod nano models by: Its taller screen when compared to iPod nano (4th generation), its polished anodized aluminum finish, and the inclusion of a camera and microphone on the back of the device.
iPod (Nano) 6iPod nano (6th generation) is the first iPod nano to include multi-touch screen; clip from iPod Shuffle added. Video playback, speakers and camera removed.
iPod (Nano) 7iPod nano (7th generation) includes a revert to tall form factor with larger 2.5" multi-touch screen. Clip removed. Video playback restored and Bluetooth added. It is available in eight colors.

Source: Apple.



Source: Apple.