I am not going to repeat myself. You already know… Apple… Steve Jobs.. iPod Event… iTunes 9… iPhone OS 3.1.1, and if you don’t know then check our home page to learn more, I guess you’ll find your way from there. Among the above stuff the Cupertino-based company unveiled a new iPod Nano. This is the fifth generation of the iPod Nano, and it’s the best so far. The iPod Nano 5th generation comes packed with surprisingly new features including a built-in camera.
The new iPod Nano features a built-in speaker, built-in microphone, video-shooting capable camera, nine colors, FM Tuner with Live Pause, iTunes Tagging, pedometer, VoiceOver, voice memos support, a 2.2″ screen with a 376 x 240 resolution, and we should really go back to that camera. Nano’s camera shoots videos at VGA 640 x 480 quality, H.264 at 30fps with AAC audio, fifteen real-time special effects, and it’s the only iPod in the world with a camera.
I’m sorry to tell you like this, but the iPod Touch 3rd generation doesn’t feature a camera like rumored. It’s just like that. We don’t really understand that, but check for more later when we will introduce you the new iPod Touch.
Meanwhile the new iPod Nano measure 3.6 x 1.5 x 0.24-inch while weighing 1.28 ounces. The 8GB version of the portable multimedia player will cost $149, while the 16GB version will be priced at $179. The iPod Nano 5th generation has a battery life of 24 hours of continuous audio playback, and 5 hours of video playback. The device should be available in the following days.
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