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Apple iPod Nano 16GB (7th Generation, Blue) MD477LL/A (Discontinued Edition)

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Supported Standards AAC; Protected AAC; HE-AAC; MP3; MP3 VBR; Audible; Apple Loseless; AIFF; WAV; m4v; mp4; mov; M-JPEG AAC (8 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC (from iTunes Store), HE-AAC, MP3 (8 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+), Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV AAC (8 to 320 Kbps) Protected AAC (from iTunes Store) HE-AAC MP3 (8 to 320 Kbps) MP3 VBR Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+) Apple Lossless AIFF WAV MP3
Color Blue Silver Blue White
Digital Storage Capacity 16 GB 16 GB 16 GB 16 GB
Dimensions 0.21 inches x 3.01 inches 0.2 inches x 3 inches 1.4 inches x 3.9 inches 0.3 inches x 3 inches
Item Package Weight 0.05 pounds 0.4 pounds 0.25 pounds 0.2 pounds
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Color: Blue

Product Description

In the Box - iPod nano, Apple EarPods, Lightning to USB cable, Quick Start guideFeatures 2.5-inch Multi-Touch color display with 240-by-432 pixel resolution Only 5.4-mm thin making it the thinnest iPod ever Easy-to-use controls to quickly adjust volume, or play, pause, and change songs Bluetooth 4.0

From the Manufacturer

The redesigned, ultraportable iPod nano now has a larger, 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display. Play your favorite songs, browse music by genre, or listen to Genius playlists and FM radio. Or watch movies and widescreen videos on the bigger screen. A perfect workout partner, iPod nano tracks your steps, your runs, and burned calories and syncs to the Nike+ website to challenge friends. And with built-in Bluetooth technology, you can wirelessly connect to speakers, headphones, or car stereos.

IPod Nano 16 GB
IPod Nano 16 GB

Key Features

  • 2.5-inch Multi-Touch color display with 240-by-432 pixel resolution
  • Only 5.4-mm thin—the thinnest iPod ever
  • Easy-to-use controls to quickly adjust volume, or play, pause, and change songs
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Widescreen video
  • FM radio with Live Pause
  • Built-in pedometer for fitness
  • Built-in Nike+ support for voice feedback and syncing to nikeplus.com
  • Anodized aluminum in seven gorgeous colors
  • 16GB capacity1
  • Up to 30 hours of music playback2
  • Apple EarPods
  • Works with Mac and PC

1. GB = 1 billion bytes; actual formatted capacity less.
2. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may eventually need to be replaced. Battery life and number of charge cycles vary by use and settings. See www.apple.com/batteries for more information.


AppleCare Protection Plan

Every iPod comes with complimentary single-incident telephone technical support within 90 days from the date of purchase and one year of hardware service coverage. The AppleCare Protection Plan for iPod nano and iPod shuffle extends your service and support coverage for your iPod, its included accessories, and iTunes to two years from the original purchase date of your iPod.

With this plan, you get direct access to Apple experts for answers by phone and anytime access to web-based resources. Should your iPod or the included accessories need service, Apple-authorized technicians will repair it or provide a replacement using genuine Apple parts. (For iPod touch or iPod classic, see this AppleCare Protection Plan.)

Complimentary Coverage with the
AppleCare Protection Plan
Hardware Coverage 1 Year 2 Years
Telephone Support 90 Days 2 Years

Optional Accessories and Related Products

Apple Earpods
EarPods

Apple EarPods with remote and microphone are designed to rest comfortably inside, and stay inside, a variety of ear types. The audio quality is so superior, they rival high-end headphones that cost hundreds of dollars more. And you can use the improved remote to adjust volume, control music and video playback, and answer or end calls on your iPhone.

Apple Lightning to USB
Lightning to USB Cable

The Apple Lightning to USB 2.0 cable connects your iPhone or iPod with Lightning connector to your computer's USB port for syncing and charging or to the Apple USB Power Adapter for convenient charging from a wall outlet.

Apple Lightning to 30-Pin
Lightning to 30-Pin Adapter

The Apple Lightning to 30-pin adapter lets you connect devices with a Lightning connector to many of your 30-pin accessories.* It supports analog audio output, USB audio, syncing, and charging.

Apple Lightning to 30-Pin Adapter
Lightning to 30-Pin Adapter(.2M)

The Apple Lightning to 30-pin adapter(.2M) lets you connect devices with a Lightning connector to many of your 30-pin accessories.* It supports analog audio output, USB audio, syncing, and charging.


*Some 30-pin accessories are not supported.


Product Information

Color:Blue
Product Dimensions 3 x 1.6 x 0.2 inches
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Department refurbished
Manufacturer Apple
ASIN B0097BEDTC
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number MD477LL/A
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4.1 out of 5 stars 4,377 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #108 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Players
Date first available at Amazon.com September 12, 2012

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By Glenn Carpenter on October 14, 2012
Color: Slate
The latest iPod Nano is an update to the current state of the art in ultra-compact music players and it represents incremental but important improvements over its predecessors with only a few minor trade-offs. I'm convinced it represents a substantial functional upgrade for most users.

Its major advantage, in my opinion, is actually its slightly-larger size in comparison to the 5th generation. Although the smaller form factor of the previous Nano was remarkable for its extreme compactness, it actually made the device somewhat cumbersome to use. Its touch-screen was too susceptible to unintended inputs and it couldn't be easily held in one hand while manipulating its controls. Attempts to control it via screen-input while clipped onto one's clothing tended to be futile: you'd need to un-clip the device, then hold it in one hand and manipulate its touch-screen with the other. While the tiny size and convenient clip made it practically disappear while in use, it could be an ergonomic nightmare to actually interact with.

The new Nano is still tiny but much better for one-handed use. My index finger comfortably sits on the three-way volume/play/pause button (itself a major improvement) while my thumb has easy access to the sleep/wake button, the home button and the improved, larger, multi-touch-enabled screen. This easy one-handed control has the significant practical advantage of not requiring the interruption of my activities to switch, for example, between podcasts, music playlists and FM radio.

Other improvements follow logically from the Nano's new shape. The screen's larger proportions allow all the main "apps" to show up on a single home screen, so less fiddling is typically required for switching.
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Color: Green
I got the new Ipod Nano 7 to replace my Ipod Nano 4. (The 4 was getting pretty beat up, and the battery was going downhill after 3 years.)

I had an iPod Nano 6, temporarily before selling it off to my brother who put his Nano 4 through the washer/dryer.

Good things:

The screen on the 7 is a lot nicer/easier to use than the screen on the 6 because of the improvement of size.

The various combinations of ways to hit the Play/Pause button to change tracks is clever and easy to understand.

The lightning connect is very nice. It can be inserted either way, so there's no upside down.

The earpods have a nice fit. (I have smallish ears.)

The engraving offered on Apple's online store looks really nice. (I got my name so nobody can say it's not mine.)

Not as good things:

The volume/play/pause button may get pushed while in your pocket. I liked how the nano 6 had the volume button on the top, but that might not work as well with the larger button.

On the Nano 4, the setting allowed you to choose which things showed up on your Main Menu or Music menu, the 7 doesn't let you have that so you may have a bunch of pointless lists (I.e. composer, compilations)

As far as I can figure, you can't customize your background, it has a few options that match your ipod color.

You will have to buy a 30pin converter to make your nano 7 work with any speakers (or wait until Apple makes their own.)

There are earpods included with your ipod nano, but not earpods with a remote/mic. That's stupid. Clever, but stupid.

For some reason, my headphones don't seem to go in all the way into the port. You still have sound, but it sticks out more than the Ipod nano 4.
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Color: Slate
My new nano arrived with FedEx yesterday after a long grueling trip from China. This is my first new nano since my 2nd Generation unit -- which has a lot of miles on it and which still works great. The reason I purchased this one was because I know the clock's ticking on "old reliable". Candidly, I checked out generation numbers 3 through 6 as they were released and dismissed them all for a variety of reasons. I had hopes that this one would make the necessary change fairly painless. I've only had it for a day so, for the most part, the jury's still out. First, though, let me say that I use my nano mostly for working out. It would seem that Apple has finally admitted that most nanos are bought exactly for that specific purpose. Let the iPod Touch have all the bells and whistles for those who want them. Keep the nano task-oriented!

So far, I'm most impressed with the new earphones. They fit very well and I suspect I'll have no problem jogging with them in place. I'm concerned, however, that they're going to let in a lot of ambient gym noise as they don't fit snuggly. I do like the sound quality though.

The radio also impresses me. It works well and my favorite stations come in clear as a bell.

The new nano also supports videos. I can't address that feature because I know I'm unlikely to use it. (Who wants to watch a video on a 2.25" screen?)

The unit is light (perhaps too light), thin and attractive. It's surprisingly "slippery" to hold, however.

My biggest issue: There's almost nothing you can do with it that doesn't require both hands. Hence, the title to my review. Note to Apple: Go back to the 2nd generation unit, enhance its storage capacity, and give us back our click wheel. High quality, one-handed music is what this niche market really wants!
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