New iPod Nano

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  1. HubPages profile imageSTAFF
    HubPagesposted 8 years ago

    New iPod Nano

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    deepakkumaarrposted 8 years ago

    Apple is the best application and it delivers Good Sound Quality

  3. quicksamba profile image60
    quicksambaposted 8 years ago

    The new 6th-Generation iPod Nano from Apple, in my opinion, is the best one yet. It's ultra-small and light with a great high resolution touch-screen. The multi-touch navigation is also extremely cool! No video camera this time but who actually ever used that feature. I know I didn't... smile

    Check out my hub about the new 2010 iPod Nano here:

  4. bettanywire profile image55
    bettanywireposted 8 years ago

    It gives more exciting features  its now smaller, lighter, and sleek that really give more excitement in life.

  5. pocble profile image53
    pocbleposted 8 years ago

    Apple is 1 and only application in d world

  6. christopher9882 profile image73
    christopher9882posted 8 years ago

    I would have to say that I simple enjoy owning the Apple iPod nano 6th generation. Reason being that it is more compact, more self-efficient, also you don't have all those extra features that in all honestly, you really dont need when using THIS particular device. If you are looking for a camera, use a "real camera" or your phone. Want to watch "video" get a iTouch or iPhone. Apple designed this device for sports orientated people or your casual walkers. If there are people out there that don't like what apple did to it, then DON"T BUY IT! Simple as that. I am sure there are plenty other products out there that will suit your needs.
    If you get a check you could check out my outlook on it … Generation

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    Johhnyquestposted 8 years ago

    I'm sure the New Ipod Nano 6th Generation is great, but I'll stick with my 3rd generation Nano. The 3rd gen does everything I need it to do.

  8. Josh_Smith profile image56
    Josh_Smithposted 8 years ago

    The 6th generation does have a good idea with being touch and everything.  It just falls short of all the cool feature of the 5g.  It doesn't even have the camera or the external speaker not impressed.  I say don't get and buy the 5g while you can't get.  Plus they are getting really cheap now.  I saw the purple ones going to $64.

    It should of been a shuffle instead of a nano.  It has the same idea of the shuffle with the really smallness of it and the clip.


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