Apple redesigns new sixth-generation iPod nano with multi-touch display
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- Editor Reviews: Apple's latest iPod Nano shrinks in size, weight and price, featuring multi-touch controls and the removal of the click wheel.
Apple has shrunk the Nano.
Last year's fifth generation model already stripped a lot of the superfluous weight from the device, but this iteration is now just 21.1 grams. This version is more akin to the iPod Shuffle than any previous models, at least in terms of physical size. Gone too is the click wheel that characterised previous iPod Nanos.
Apart from the different form factor, the new Nano features a 1.54-inch TFT screen at a resolution of 240x240 pixels. Capacity remains the same as the previous generation, at 8GB and 16GB. The sixth generation model also adds a clip at the back, with volume controls and lock button at the top of the device, plus multi-touch controls that let you rotate the screen to different orientations. FM radio, pedometer functions and voice over are also carried across.
Notably, Apple has gotten rid of the video camera that appeared on the previous model (and video support on the Nano), and though the interface appears similar to that found on the iPod Touch, there is no physical home button.
The iPod Nano will retail for AU$199 for the 8GB model (the same as the debut price for the previous generation) and AU$229 for the 16GB model (AU$20 less than the equivalent capacity model of the previous generation).