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Apple iPod nano 16 GB Graphite (6th Generation) OLD MODEL

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  • 16 GB capacity for about 4,000 songs
  • Up to 24 hours of audio playback on a single charge
  • 1.54-inch (diagonal) color TFT display with 240-by-240-pixel resolution (220 pixels per inch)
  • Support for AAC, Protected AAC (iTunes Store), MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible, Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV audio formats
  • One-year limited warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameApple
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions5 x 5 x 1 inches
Item model numberMC694LL/A
Power Source TypeBattery
Operating SystemWindows XP (SP3); Windows Vista (SP1,SP2); Windows 7; Mac os x 10.5.8
Number of Items1
Item Display dimensions L x W x H8.78 x 40.9 x 37.5 millimeters
  
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ASINB002M3SO0G
Best Sellers Rank #2,807 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 1, 2010
  
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  • Brand Name: Apple
  • Model: MC694LL/A
  • Digital Storage Capacity: 16 GB
  • Color Name: Graphite
  • Display: LCD
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Product Details Capacity: 16 GB | Color: Graphite Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds Shipping Weight: 1 pounds Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. ASIN: B002M3SO0G Item model number: MC694LL/A Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1,475 customer reviews) Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #642 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #57 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 Players & Accessories > MP3 Players Date first available at Amazon.com: September 1, 2010

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Redesigned for music and Multi-Touch, iPod nano is smaller and lighter than ever. You can clip it to your sleeve, jacket, or running shorts and keep your favorite songs at your fingertipsÑalong with the Genius feature, a built-in FM radio, pedometer, and more. And the anodized aluminum finish in six bright colors makes this new design even more brilliant.

Upgradeable to nano 1.2 Software
This sixth-generation iPod nano is now upgradeable to Apple's new nano 1.2 software. Simply connect to iTunes and upgrade, and you'll be able to access the newer features. These include the ability to navigate with large icons displayed one at a time, a choice of 18 different clock face designs, and the ability to track your steps, distance, pace, and time while exercising, without the need for a separate shoe sensor or receiver.

Redesigned for music and Multi-Touch, iPod nano is smaller and lighter than ever. Click to enlarge.

Music. Feel the beat.

Your greatest hits. And taps. And swipes.
The best things in life have a soundtrack, and that's where iPod nano shines. The Multi-Touch display lets you experience your music in a new way. Tap to play anything you want to hear. Swipe the Home screen to browse your music by songs, albums, artists, playlists, genres, or composers. You can even rearrange the icons on your Home screen so your music is organized just how you like.

Clip on some tunes.
With the new built-in clip, you can walk, run, ride, or dance with your favorite songs on your sleeve (or pocket, jacket, or bag). The album art of the song you're listening to fits perfectly on the display.

Play all day. And all night.
The built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery gives you up to 24 hours of nonstop music. So when you clip on an 8GB or 16GB iPod nano, you'll have plenty of tunes to make it through your commute, your workout, and beyond.

Shake it up.
Now for something completely random. Give iPod nano a shake and it shuffles to a different song in your music library. Shake to Shuffle is perfect for when you're not in any particular music mood. You never know what you're going to hear, and you'll always be pleasantly surprised.

Genius. The music mixmaster.

Built-in clip.

1.5-inch Multi-Touch color display with 240-by-240-pixel resolution.

8 and 16 GB models in new anodized aluminum colors: silver, graphite, blue, green, orange, pink.

Your own personal DJ.
Say you're listening to a song you love and you want to stay in the groove. Just tap Genius. It finds other songs on your iPod nano that go great together and makes a Genius playlist for you. For more song combinations you wouldn't have thought of yourself, create Genius Mixes in iTunes and sync the ones you like to your iPod nano. Then tap the Genius Mixes icon and rediscover songs you haven't heard in a while--or find music you forgot you even had.

FM radio. Touch that dial.

Radio nano.
Ride the airwaves on iPod nano. The FM tuner shows the artist, song, or program you're listening to. Just tap to see the radio controls, flick the radio dial to change stations, and tap to set your favorites.

Live Pause.
If you need to take a break from listening, don't miss a minute of radio time with Live Pause. Tap to pause a song or show, then tap again to continue where you left off. You can rewind as far back as 15 minutes or fast-forward to catch up to the live broadcast.

Fitness. Meet your new personal trainer.

Clip and go. And go. And go.
The new iPod nano design actually helps keep you fit. It's portable and wearable, which makes it runnable, walkable, and workout-able. Clip it on and control your music with just a tap or swipe of a finger, so you can stay focused without fumbling around. For your run, walk, or trip to the gym, a little iPod nano goes a long way.

Stay fit with every step.
iPod nano doubles as a pedometer, which makes it the ideal exercise partner. It keeps track of your steps and helps you meet your fitness goals. Just clip it on and walk on. You can create a daily step goal and check your progress when you upload all your data to the Nike+ website.

Rock your workout.
With the Nike + iPod Sport Kit (sold separately), iPod nano keeps you motivated from warm-up to cooldown on your run or in the gym. Lace up a pair of Nike+ running shoes and clip on your iPod nano. You'll watch the miles unfold and hear real-time voice feedback along with your favorite songs. In the gym, connect iPod nano to a Nike + iPod compatible cardio machine. It records your pace, time, and distance as you work out and rock out.

iTunes. For your iPod-playing pleasure.

Everything you need to be entertained.
iTunes is the best way to fill your iPod nano with the latest music, podcasts, audiobooks, and more. It's also the best way to browse and organize the ever-expanding digital media collection on your Mac or PC. Everything you buy on the iTunes Store--and any music from CDs you import--appears in your iTunes library. You can make your own playlists, create Genius playlists, choose Genius Mixes, and sync it all to your iPod nano. And you can download iTunes free.

The world's #1 music store.
Load your iPod nano with your favorite tunes. Or browse over 13 million songs and discover even more. You can search by artist name, song, or album title and handpick exactly the songs you want. Want some help finding new music? The Genius sidebar recommends new music based on the songs you already love. When you find something that sparks your interest, listen to the free 30-second preview. Click once to buy the song and it starts downloading instantly. It's the fastest, easiest way to build a digital music collection for your iPod nano.

Accessibility

Built-in accessibility.
iPod nano comes with accessibility features that help people with disabilities enjoy music, audiobooks, and more.

VoiceOver
iPod nano features VoiceOver, the world's first gesture-based screen reader. Touch the screen to hear a description of the item under your finger, then double-tap, drag, or flick to control iPod nano. Use the optional Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic to control your music without looking at the screen. VoiceOver tells you the name of the song or artist--and it speaks 29 languages.

White on Black
If you prefer higher contrast, iPod nano lets you change the display to white on black. Use the White on Black feature in any application, as well as on the Home screen.

Mono Audio
If your hearing is limited in one ear, turn on Mono Audio to route audio into both earbuds so you can hear both channels in either ear.

What's in the Box

16GB iPod nano (Graphite), Apple Earphones, Dock Connector to USB Cable, Quick Start Guide and Important Product Information

This item may not have the very latest software installed. However, upon synching the unit to iTunes for the very first time, iTunes will determine this and update the unit accordingly for free.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I debated over getting another 5th generation but decided to go with the newest model - this 6th generation iPod nano.
Margaux Paschke
The two main design changes in this nano are the smaller screen, and the replacement of the click wheel with a touchscreen (with buttons for volume).
Peter Hunt
The nano is great for exercise because it is small and light and the built in clip lets it just hook on to my shirt/jacket/pants.
Jeffrey A. Anderson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

315 of 342 people found the following review helpful By Ted Peterson on September 26, 2010
All anyone has to do is Google '6th Gen Nano review', and they will see a plethora of seemingly identical reviews blasting the newest generation of Nano for being so radically different from the previous models. I can sum up almost all of the negative reviews in one grammatically horrible sentence: features were removed, one has to look at the screen to operate the player rather than use the click wheel, no more camera/video recording, no more support for watching video, and yet it still costs the same as the older Nano. These are all pretty true statements, however, what people are failing to understand is that this is a completely new product- many of the so-called failings in these reviews are by comparison and really have little to do with the merits of the new Nano itself. I think it would be easy to counter most of the arguments that you see in these reviews, and it's amazing how so many of them are written by people who have not really used one of these Nanos, by suggesting that they spend the extra $50 or so dollars for the newest ipod touch which can take pictures, videos, has apps and games, all on a much bigger screen- albeit on a much larger device. Most of the negative reviews have made it clear that having a larger device is preferable to less features, and thus, I think the ipod touch would suit the critics much better than the tiny little marvel of technology that is this newest Nano. Besides, the line between the ipod Touch and Nano, with regards to both their price and size, have been steadily converging for years, and Apple must have realized this. So instead of another device that attempts to be the cheaper alternative to Touch, Apple has developed something new, the 6th Gen Nano.Read more ›
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209 of 243 people found the following review helpful By Snowhater on April 25, 2011
I strongly recommend you do not buy this iPod.

I bought it to replace my much loved 3G Nano, recently lost at Boston Logan. At first, the 6G Nano appealed because of it's cool appearance and compact size. But actual use quickly proved this is an inferior product well below Apple's usual high standards.

1) The battery life is abysmal. I could never get over 10 hours of play time, and that's at half volume and barely using the screen. Apple advertises 24 hours. Do a web search and you'll find many people with this complaint.

2) Ergonomically, this thing is a disaster. Where to begin?...
- The multitouch screen has no place on a device this small and intended for sports. It's touchy, and requires considerable attention to operate because of its tiny size, and usually needs two hands to use (one to hold the unit and the other to work the screen). Though Apple portrays it as ideal for sports, the need to focus on the screen and use two hands makes it supremely inconvenient when you are doing most athletic activities. In contrast, the click-wheel Nanos could easily be worked one handed.
- By its very nature, the touch screen requires more taps and gestures to achieve the same result as the click-wheel.
- The screen is not bright enough to be used in sunlight, again conflicting with its advertising as being great for use during sports.
- The shape, even down to the clip, is so symmetrical, it is not easy to determine the orientation just by feel. This makes using the clip problematic because it is easy to press on one side of it thinking that that's the opening side, when, in fact, it's not. Again, no touch annunciation.
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248 of 298 people found the following review helpful By Steve H TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 2, 2010
The iPod Nano update on September 1, 2010 is arguably the most dramatic since the iPod Nano moniker was introduced by Apple five years ago.

More than an update, this is a new product that simply retains the iPod Nano name. It gains a significant feature, but loses several others.

The big deal is the touch interface on the newest iPod Nano. iPod Nano users will now be "touching," their music as iPod Touch and iPhone users have before them. The click wheel is gone. To find your music, you select a category from the Nano's menu such as "Playlists," or "Artists," and select from there. Less convenient or more convenient than a click wheel? Honestly, about equal. The screen is indeed small, but not unusable.

FM Radio has been retained as well as the Fitness aspects with the ability to use Nike + or simply the built in pedometer. However, the form factor will be a major benefit for those working out with the Nano. The previous Nano required an armband to keep it on you while working out, jogging, or the like. Not always comfortable, an additional expense, etc. However, with this new small, square form factor that need is gone. Now, we can simply "clip," the Nano onto us, with the built in clip, and run to our listening content. A bigger deal than you might think.

The downside? Features have been removed from Nano. The screen is much smaller than the previous generation. Therefore, playback of video content from iTunes is gone. Nano no longer plays video, which was a feature added three years ago. Secondly, last year, Nano added a small video camera to record low quality video, which could be played back on the Nano's screen or synced with iTunes and viewed on your computer. That feature is gone too. The device is too small now for a camera or to watch video.
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