|Swipe and tap through your tracks on the multi-touch screen of the Apple iPod nano 6G and organize your music by simply rearranging the icons. Tap Genius with your finger and this iPod nano graphite selects songs that go well together, to keep you in the groove of the music. When not in a mood for any particular music genre, just shake this Apple iPod and it shuffles to a new song. The 1.54-inch TFT color display of the Apple iPod nano 6G, with 240-by-240-pixel resolution, renders crystal clear images and text. With 16GB flash memory, this iPod nano graphite lets you store thousands of tracks. When completely charged, the battery of this Apple iPod offers 24 hours of non-stop music. Sporting a new clip design, you can simply wear the Apple iPod nano 6G onto your sleeves and enjoy music during workout.|
|Model||iPod nano 6th Generation|
|Audio Supported Formats||AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, Audible, HE-AAC, MP3, MP3 VBR, WAV|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 24 Hours|
|Audio / Video Capabilities|
|MP3 Bit-Rate||8 kbps - 320 kbps|
|Max Video Resolution||240 x 240|
|Screen Size||1.54 Inch|
|Outputs||Headphone Jack, Speaker|
|Additional Features||Accelerometer, FM Radio, FM Stereo Tuner, Radio Recorder, Voice Recorder|
|Supported Power Supply||AC/DC Adapter, Internal Battery, Rechargeable via USB cable|
|Battery Type||Li-ion Battery, Rechargeable Li-ion Battery|
|Storage Type||Built-in Memory|
|Supported Languages||English, French, German, Italian, Spanish|
|Number Of Songs||4000|
|Frequency Response||20-20000 Hz|
The iPod Nano costs less than before, is easier to navigate, and includes more Nike Plus fitness tracking capabilities. It's also still the best clip-on music player money can buy.
Many features have disappeared over the years, including video playback, camcorder, microphone, speaker, games, calendar, contacts, notes, and alarm clock. The touch-screen interface is overkill, requiring more attention than the time-tested click wheel design without delivering many practical benefits.
The sixth generation of the iPod Nano is the smallest yet, but it comes at the expense of valuable features and practical controls.