iPod Nano

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.

Related terms: iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, iPod touch, iPod Shuffle, Apple iPod

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