The iPod nano - Completely remastered.
A thinner design. A new stylish colour. A brighter display. Up to 24 hours of battery life. Just about the only thing that hasn't changed is the name. The iPod nano puts up to 1,000 songs in your pocket (1).
Look like a rock star
Your music says a lot about you. So should your iPod nano. A super-slim design says you always have room for music -- up to 1,000 songs, in fact. Durable anodised aluminium says you won't let the rough and tumble of everyday life ruin your groove.
Carry a tune (or 1,000)
Add a soundtrack to your life. Just use iTunes to import your CDs, shop for 79p (UK) songs on the iTunes Store, then sync them to iPod nano. Possibly the world's coolest photo album, iPod nano holds up to 25,000 snapshots (2). And iPod nano plays audiobooks and podcasts from the iTunes Store, too.
Play more encores
Imagine what you could do in a day. Fly around the world. Watch two sunsets. Listen to your iPod nano. Up to 24 hours of battery life (3) means the hits just keep on coming. Whether you're exercising, commuting or rocking a road trip, iPod nano may just outplay you.
Light up the stage
While it can't stop the rain, iPod nano might make your day a bit brighter. 40% brighter, to be exact. Album art pops and slideshows stun on the iPod nano's dazzling, brighter display. That means everything looks as good as it sounds.
Go on tour
Add accessories and your music stays with you at home and on the go. Of course, iPod nano itself makes a great accessory. Wear up to 1,000 songs around your neck. Run with up to two days of skip-free music on your arm. Get an iPod nano to match your Nike+ shoes.