A small portable music player that fits in between the smaller iPod Shuffle and the larger iPod touch in Apple’s lineup of iPod devices. Now in its seventh generation, the 2012 version of the iPod Nano provides a smartphone-style iPhone-like interface with 16GB of flash memory storage, multi-touch support, Bluetooth compatibility, video playback capabilities, redesigned EarPod headphones, FM radio reception, an integrated Nike+ fitness app and Apple’s new Lightning connector.
The iPod Nano sells for $149 and is available in a variety of colors.
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