Does iPod nano still work?
Apple has finally killed the iPod Nano. The company has added the seventh iPod Nano, which came out in 2015, to its list of Vintage and Obsolete products. The iPod Nano joins the iPod classic, the fourth-generation iPod shuffle, and the fifth-generation iPod Touch as part of its “Vintage” range of products.
How long does an iPod nano last?
The current nano (7th Gen) quotes 30 hours of audio playback on a full charge. This will be with the screen off while playing music. When using it normally you are likely to be using the display to change music etc so this will impact the actual time you would get out of a battery.
What should I do with an old iPod?
Apple will take back old Apple batteries and iPods for free recycling in their stores. For everything else, you need to use their mail back system. Mail-back Trade In. You can trade in most (but not all) working iPhones, iPads, certain smartphones, and notebooks and desktop computers (Mac or PC) for an Apple gift card.
How do I know which generation iPod Nano?
Observe the case and screen to tell you which iPod Nano you have. A black or white case identifies it as a 1st-generation Nano. The 2nd generation looks the same, but was released in Apple’s standard five colors plus red. The 3rd generation is square with a click wheel and wide video display.
What features does an iPod Nano have?
Some of the key features are: 2.5″ multi-touch LCD screen FM Radio Bluetooth 4.0 Only 5.4-mm thin Easy-to-use controls Lightning to USB cable 16 GB capacity Accelerometer censor Up to 30 hours music playing or up to 3.5 hours video playing battery life
Where can you buy an iPod Nano?
You can get both on Amazon through third-party sellers — Nano (here) and Shuffle (here). You’ll find each on eBay as well. With the Shuffle and Nano gone, the only iPods that Apple now sells are two iPod Touch models.
How many generations does the iPod Nano have?
iPod nano (6th generation) is available in six colors. iPod nano (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition is available only from the Apple Store, with a 8 GB or 16 GB capacity. Apple contributes a portion of each iPod nano (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition purchase to the Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa. May 28 2019