Apple.pro have published a set of images that look similar to the ones published by them last year of the next generation iPod Nano which includes a camera system. The device from Apple has not been upgraded since a long time and a camera to the iPod would surely be a good addition. Read More
Apple is now ready to replace first-gen iPod nanos due to an overheating risk. Only devices sold between September 2005 and December 2006 are eligible for this replacement offer by Apple. Read More
Apple has just released a software update for the sixth generation iPod nano. The updates adds a few useful features to the small device with multi-touch. Version 1.1 software update adds the ability to completely turn off the iPod (instead of just putting it to sleep mode), and to control music or radio playback using the Sleep/Wake button.
When Steve Jobs was announcing the new iPod nano with multi-touch, he said that one of the board members within Apple was planning to use the device as a wrist watch. While Apple does not supply a case that would turn the iPod nano into a wrist watch, the case manufacturers certainly knew that this was the market they should be targeting.