Apple released new iPod nano with new shape, more colours

iPod nano family

iPodnano_200809.jpgBesides the announcement of the new iPod touch, Apple also announced new iPod nano (fourth generation, 4G). the thinnest iPod ever featuring a sleek new design with a curved aluminum and glass enclosure, in nine vibrant colors.

The new iPod nano can store up to 16GB of music, video, photos, and the playback time is up to 24 hours on music. Like the iPod touch (with software 2.1), the iTunes 8 Genius feature is also included.

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iPod nanoThe new iPod nano incorporates Apple’s breakthrough Genius technology which automatically creates playlists from songs in your music library that go great together, with just one click. The new iPod nano also features a refined user interface, a high resolution portrait display and a built-in accelerometer which automatically switches to Cover Flow when rotated and automatically goes into Shuffle mode when lightly shaken. The new iPod nano gives users up to 24 hours of music playback or four hours of video playback and is available worldwide immediately in either 8GB or 16GB models. Colours come in silver, purple, blue, green, orange, yellow, pink, (PRODUCT) RED and black.

The new iPod family:
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The new iPod nano is available immediately for a suggested price of US$149 for the 8GB model and US$199 for the 16GB model. Both capacities come in silver, blue, purple, green, orange, yellow, pink, (PRODUCT) RED and black. iPod nano requires a Mac with a USB 2.0 port, Mac OS X v10.4.11 or later and iTunes 8; or a Windows PC with a USB 2.0 port and Windows Vista or Windows XP Home or Professional (Service Pack 3) or later and iTunes 8.

For more detail about iPod touch, please visit www.apple.com/ipodnano website.

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