Apple introduced not only the iPhone 5 last night but it also announced the new generation iPod Touch and iPod Nano. Here’s a quick look at the features of the new iPod devices.


First up is a completely redesigned iPod Nano. It features the same new lightning connector found on the iPhone 5 and is incredibly thin, at just 5.4mm. That is 38% thinner than previous models. It also features a 16:9 rectangular 2.5 inch screen, making it look like a miniature iPhone.

An FM tuner is built-in, allowing users to check what’s happening on the radio in addition to having access to their music library. Fitness and pedometer support is also built into the device, as well as Bluetooth.

Physical play/pause controls are on the side of the device, but users can also use the multitouch-enabled touch-screen controls. The Nano also has a physical Home button at the bottom, just like the iPhone.

Specific specs weren’t given, but Apple stated that the new Nano’s battery performance was the best found in any iPod Nano yet.

The 16G iPod Nano will be available next month for $149. It’s available in seven bright colors – red, yellow, blue, green, pink, black and grey.


Apple also lifted the lid on a revised iPod touch. The 5th generation device is 6.1mm thick and weighs just 88 grams making it the thinnest and lightest iPod Touch yet. It’s also finally being upgraded internally to Apple’s A5 chip. This is the chip present in the iPhone 4 line of phones, not the iPhone 5. So this means the iPod Touch remains one generation behind in terms of pure horsepower.

Like other Apple devices announced today, the iPod Touch features a new, high-capacity battery. Over 40 hours of music playback between charges has been promised.

Apple is also including an iSight camera on the iPod touch for the first time. It features a 5 megapixel camera, flash and autofocus. The same panorama mode revealed for the iPhone is supported on the new iPod Touch, as well as the App Store’s iPhoto. Apple seems to be positioning the iPod Touch as a device that could kill casual point-and-shoot cameras.

The iPod touch features a small circle in the bottom-right corner that Apple is called the iPod Touch loop. When users press the circle a physical loop pops out of the iPod, allowing users to attach a bracelet to wrap the iPod Touch around their wrist as they might a digital camera.

This revised iPod touch marks the first time the line will be available in multiple colors. Color options include red, yellow, blue, black and grey.

The new 32GB iPod Touch will retail for $299 when it goes on sale next month.,

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