Apple today revealed its seventh-generation iPod nano with a larger 2.5in Multi-Touch display and a Home button, making its design more similar to the iPod touch and iPhone devices. It also has physical volume and playback buttons.
The redesigned nano is just 5.4 mm thick, which is almost 40 per cent thinner than its predecessor, and is the thinnest iPod nano ever created. It also comes in a variety of colours, as shown below:
The new iPod nano also features Bluetooth for wireless playback and to support Bluetooth headphones, speakers, and cars. It retains built in Nike+ and other fitness-supporting features (such as a pedometer) and a FM radio. It also uses Apple's new Lightning connector, rather than the older 30-pin dock connector.
The iPod nano also comes with Apple's new EarPods, which Apple claims have a breakthrough design for a more natural fit.
Apple claims that the new iPod nano has over 30 hours of battery life.
The iPod nano will be available in October at £129 for a 16GB model.