Apple iPod nano 16 GB Blue 6th Generation OLD MODEL

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Apple iPod nano 16 GB Blue (6th Generation) OLD MODEL

Apple iPod nano 16 GB Blue (6th Generation) OLD MODEL

  • 16 GB Storage Capacity (Estimated Free Space 12.5 GB) for most 4,000 songs
  • Up to 24 hours of frequence playback on a azygos charge
  • 1.54-inch (diagonal) colouration TFT pass with 240-by-240-pixel partitioning (220 pixels per inch)
  • Support for AAC, Protected AAC (iTunes Store), MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible, Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV frequence formats
  • One-year restricted warranty

Redesigned for penalization and Multi-Touch, iPod nano is small and device than ever. You crapper instance it to your sleeve, jacket, or streaming pants and ready your selection songs at your fingertips–along with the Genius feature, a built-in FM radio, pedometer, and more. And the anodized metal closing in sextet gleaming colours makes this newborn organisation modify more brilliant. This sixth-generation iPod nano is today upgradeable to Apple’s newborn nano 1.2 software. Simply enter to iTunes and upgrade, and you’ll be healthy to admittance the newer features. These allow the knowledge to manoeuver with super icons displayed digit at a time, a pick of 18 assorted measure grappling designs, and the knowledge to road your steps, distance, pace, and instance patch exercising, without the ne

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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    I would stick with Ipod touch instead, March 5, 2014
    By 
    Egremy

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    I bought this for my wife so she can hear music at work or on a light exercise session. So basically ipod was not for any chance under rough conditions. So far the first year everything was Ok is compact you can store a tons of music and is fancy. 2 months ago it was in my hand I was changing the song and when I tried to block the screen the On/Off button when lose so I was not able to turn it on or off again.

    Looking on internet for this issue this is a common on these Ipods, the opposite side of the button is a micro pin that need to be in the center of the sensor so if by any chance moves a little from that point the Pin will not push the sensor again.

    So the issue is I need to open the ipod with a heat gun remove all the components from inside just pinpoint the button in the center again, a task not easy for people who never open something in their lives.

    Pro
    -Portable
    -Ton of music can be store
    -Radio FM with the earphones
    -Running app
    -Podcasts

    Con
    – Just The Button

    This can be the best ipod ever if wasn’t for the problem we had. So Stick with Ipod touch 4 gen or higher those are warriors.

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  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works, September 17, 2015
    By 
    Monica

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    I was slightly skeptical of buying used electronics online, but it works perfectly and I haven’t had a single issue with this iPod. This is my favorite model for the gym as it’s small enough to not get in the way and it clips right on to your workout clothing. As a female bodybuilder for 5 years, I still find it hard to find women’s gym clothing with pockets. Bigger iPods on armbands both distract me and are difficult to use on arm day. This iPod is the best for all sorts of sports enthusiasts who want a full range of motion without compromising on sound.
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  3. 3,199 of 3,277 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nano Gains Touch, Loses Video Playing & Recording, September 6, 2010
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    Steve H (U.S.) –

    This review is from: Apple iPod nano 16 GB Blue (6th Generation) OLD MODEL (Electronics)
    The iPod Nano update on September 1, 2010 is arguably the most dramatic since the iPod Nano moniker was introduced by Apple five years ago.

    Several colors are being offered in both 8 GB & 16 GB capacities.

    More than an update, this is a new product that simply retains the iPod Nano name. It gains a significant feature, but loses several others.

    The big deal is the touch interface on the newest iPod Nano. iPod Nano users will now be “touching,” their music as iPod Touch and iPhone users have before them. The click wheel is gone. To find your music, you select a category from the Nano’s menu such as “Playlists,” or “Artists,” and select from there. Less convenient or more convenient than a click wheel? Honestly, about equal. The screen is indeed small, but not unusable.

    FM Radio has been retained as well as the Fitness aspects with the ability to use Nike + or simply the built in pedometer. However, the form factor will be a major benefit for those working out with the Nano. The previous Nano required an armband to keep it on you while working out, jogging, or the like. Not always comfortable, an additional expense, etc. However, with this new small, square form factor that need is gone. Now, we can simply “clip,” the Nano onto us, with the built in clip, and run to our listening content. A bigger deal than you might think.

    The downside? Features have been removed from Nano. The screen is much smaller than the previous generation. Therefore, playback of video content from iTunes is gone. Nano no longer plays video, which was a feature added three years ago. Secondly, last year, Nano added a small video camera to record low quality video, which could be played back on the Nano’s screen or synced with iTunes and viewed on your computer. That feature is gone too. The device is too small now for a camera or to watch video. This new generation iPod Nano has many exciting new features, but buyers must be aware that it is no longer a video player. It is something new. Those wishing to play video on an iPod must choose an iPod Touch.

    My opinion on this change? Honestly, did I ever watch video on the iPod Nano’s screen? No. For me, while they kept trying to make the screen larger, it was simply too small to enjoy more than a once a year video. Likewise, the camera was simply not high enough quality to keep yourself entertained by using on a regular basis. It became a feature unused by many.

    The iPod Nano has changed and gone back to being an exceptional music player. There is nothing here you do not need to enjoy music. However, the display and touch interface brings the 21st century “touch,” that Apple has made so popular to a more affordable device. The touch function will be limited here to simply selecting songs or bringing up the clock, but nevertheless, touch has made its way to the Nano.

    I’m most thankful that the Nano has indeed retained the DOCK CONNECTOR. The dock connector is key to use with iPod accessories such as docks, speaker docks, and built in car iPod connectors. The nano is so diminutive that if you plug it into the factory iPod kit of an automobile, the cable’s dock connector will look nearly bigger than the Nano itself. Not a negative, just amusing. Nevertheless, the dock connector is there, and you will be able to use the device in such applications, and that was a significant decision by Apple. Users want and need the dock connector. It is there on this iPod Nano, but still missing from the Shuffle due to its even more diminutive size.

    This 16 GB version is the largest size Apple offers in the Nano. It offers no additional functionality over the 8GB, but features twice the storage. Choose the one best for you. 16 GB is great if you have a large music collection. We should all remember though that with Nano no longer doing Video or Storing Pictures, the storage is exclusively for music. This makes 8 GB and 16 GB more appropriate size offerings as music takes up much less storage than video.

    Overall, Apple has removed video (both playback and recording) from this iPod Nano. However, it’s an equalling good music player. Navigation of music is now completed via touch, which works effectively despite the small screen. It’s really hard to believe so much can fit into such a small device and I believe everyone will be a bit shocked when they open up the Nano the first time and see it’s size yet primary function as an effective music player retained. The newest Nano brings a nearly Shuffle like size, but yet retains the functionality (touch, clip, dock connector) that serious music lovers and those who use the Nano while working out, demand.

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