Is the iPod Nano any good?

Is the iPod Nano any good?

Apple iPod Nano review: Everything you need to know For one, the iPod Nano is small and light enough to slip into a pocket, even the smaller zippered pockets on a pair of running shorts. Outside of fitness, the other reason you might want to listen on a dedicated audio player is to save battery life on your smartphone.

Do people still buy iPod Nano?

The iPod nano was discontinued along with the iPod shuffle in mid-2017, leaving the iPod touch as the sole iPod that Apple sells.

Why was iPod Nano discontinued?

The iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle have been let go primarily due to their inability to connect to the internet. As the Internet of Things grows, all the devices in the world today require a certain level of connectivity since people are also adapting to getting things done on the move efficiently.

How long will an iPod Nano last?

The current nano (7th Gen) quotes 30 hours of audio playback on a full charge. This will be with the screen off while playing music. When using it normally you are likely to be using the display to change music etc so this will impact the actual time you would get out of a battery.

What features does an iPod Nano have?

Some of the key features are: 2.5″ multi-touch LCD screen FM Radio Bluetooth 4.0 Only 5.4-mm thin Easy-to-use controls Lightning to USB cable 16 GB capacity Accelerometer censor Up to 30 hours music playing or up to 3.5 hours video playing battery life

What can you do on an iPod Nano?

Play music. The main purpose of the iPod Nano is to play music. Since the Nano has no wifi capabilities, you can only put music on it by syncing it with a computer with iTunes. The iPod Nano doesn’t have a speaker, so you can only listen to this music by plugging in headphones or an external speaker to the headphone jack.

Why was the iPod Nano discontinued?

One of the fan favourites, the iPod Classic was discontinued by Apple in 2014. The iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle have been let go primarily due to their inability to connect to the internet.

What are the specs for the iPod Nano?

The iPod nano (4G) models have a “2-inch (diagonal) color LCD [display] with blue-white LED backlight” (240-by-320-pixel resolution display at 204 pixels per inch). *By default, it is oriented in portrait mode (240×320), but due to an accelerometer, automatically switches to landscape mode (320×240) when rotated.