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In one of his famed media events, Steve Jobs introduced the iPod Nano by pointing to the small pocket in his jeans and asking, “ever wonder what this pocket is for?”. From the early days of clunky handheld music devices, no one would have imagined Apple were capable of compressing such technological brilliance into just 1.6 x 3.5 inches!
Despite its size the 1 st generation Nano packed an impressive battery life of up to 14 hours and storage of up to 4GB. Released in 2005, the Nano was positioned in the middle of the iPod line; smaller and more transportable than the Touch but with more features and storage than the Shuffle. Not only this, but the Nano featured a 1.5 inch display, which was big enough for users to browse photos and play games.
Like its predecessor the 2 nd generation Nano used the Click Wheel for control, however after requests a scratch-resistant case was introduced. After users had become accustomed to the long rectangular shape of the first two generations, people were shocked to see Apple drastically redesign the 3 rd gen. In order to accommodate a larger 320 x 240 screen for video playback, the 3rd generation Nano was far squatter and squarer.
The square style did not last long for the Nano, as the 4 th and 5 th generation iPods returned to the rectangular style the Nano started off with. With large 320 x 240 screen display, the 4 th gen Nano ushered in key new features such as Genius functionality, shake-to- shuffle, and the ability to view the display in portrait and landscape. Additionally, the 5 th generation Nano added useful features like a built-in FM tuner and a pedometer capable of syncing with Nike+.
At Zapper we loved the radical designs that came with the 6 th and 7 th generation models. 46% smaller than the 5 th generation, the models used some of the features Apple users have grown to love – video playback, EarPods, integrated Nike+ and Bluetooth audio streaming.
If you have an iPod Nano that you want to sell we can give you cash fast! As well as being a trusted buyer, we also offer FREE postage. It’s just one of the reasons why we’ve been satisfying customers for over 10 years. Sell your iPod Nano to Zapper, it’s really that simple.