Features of Ipod Nano

By: Rosy

IPod nano is the fourth digital audio player of Apple and combining features of both iPod shuffle and iPod. It was launched on September 7, 2005, it replaced iPod mini, which was discontinued on the same day. The alternate of the iPod mini took Apple-related websites, any how there were rumors about a new flash memory-based iPod, in fact there were not prior notice given related to the discontinuation of the well accepted iPod mini.

Growth of this new design of the iPod nano is started only nine months before the launch date. The iPod nano posses more flash memory storage than that is been used in the iPod shuffle and carries a miniaturized version of the amazing color screen and click wheel are found on the full-sized iPods. The screen as well has a higher declaration than the old grayscale iPod mini, permitting one more line of text than the iPod mini's screen. The battery and few other interior parts were as well reduced in size. The surface of the click wheel is to some extent textured, permitting superior tactile feedback for secretly operation. Also, the main button on the second-generation iPod Nano is to some extent concave, mainly likely so that it could be easier to find without finding. Unlike all other players in the iPod family, the iPod nano has a headphone-out located in the bottom right of the player.

Features

The iPod nano operates with iTunes on Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows (third-party software is obtainable for platforms, which Apple does not support). It connects through the same proprietary wharf connector as any other third-generation iPod, the fourth-generation iPod, and the iPod mini, uses a USB 2.0 port on the user's computer. Although it uses the similar connection as Apple's FireWire iPod Cable and could charge its battery over FireWire, the iPod nano does not bear coordinating over a FireWire connection. The iPod nano comprises a stop watch and a numerous time zone clock function. There is also a mixture lock feature, which makes use of the click wheel to lock the iPod, and serve up to secure the user's calendar and other contact information. It was also the first iPod to comprise a new lyrics screen, modifiable using iTunes.

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