What’s Different About The Fifth Generation iPod Nano?

The iPod Nano is a portable media player designed by Apple. The first ever version of the iPod Nano was released in 2005 and it has gone from strength to strength ever since.

The iPod Nano is currently available in two sizes; 8GB and 16GB. The 16GB version is capable of storing around 4,000 songs or 16 hours of video and the 8GB model can hold about 2,000 songs or 8 hours of video.

Whatever size of iPod Nano you choose, the functionality and features remain the same. The iPod Nano now comes with a built-in video camera which is easily located by scrolling through the menu.

The video camera allows you to record in portrait or landscape format which means no matter what you want to capture, you can choose the perfect format for doing so.

A built-in microphone lets you record audio as well, so you have sound to complement the images you capture. The built-in microphone also lets you record Voice Memos so you can record a reminder to yourself, capture a thought or record a class lecture, all with the greatest of ease.

The play-back function lets you view your recordings so you can instantly listen to or watch the fun and a 2.2-inch colour display screen gives you plenty of room to work with when it comes to viewing images and videos.

Once you connect your iPod Nano to your laptop or PC you can upload your images and clips and share them with friends online at the touch of a button.

When it comes to listening to music, the iTunes application makes it easy to organise, browse and share your digital music and video collection. iTunes software is added to your computer and from there you can add all your favourite songs.

You simply connect your iPod Nano to your computer and then transfer the music files across, giving you music to go in an instant. The whole process couldn’t be simpler and adding and removing music is straightforward as well.

You can make play lists within iTunes, meaning you can have collections of your favourite songs or artists, available at your fingertips.

New radio features allow you to not only listen to FM radio but also to tag songs and pause live programmes. If you listen to FM radio on your iPod Nano you can view the names of the songs and artists playing, so you never miss out on knowing what the latest top tunes are.

Last but not least, all iPod products come with technical support so you can rest safe in the knowledge that help is always at hand, Your iPod Nano and all included accessories are covered against defects for one year from the original purchase date.