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Today in Apple hi: iPod nano gets colorful aluminum upgrade

September 25, 2006: Apple has shipped iPod nano 2nd generation, redesigning pocket size original innovation.

Among the improvements in the new iPod nano are slim, anodized aluminum cases, brighter screens, longer battery life, and a wide range of colors. And Oh, it also includes playback of the first gapless music!

iPod has many options

The iPod product line of today seems to be a bit regretted. (Apple said it was not interested to stop iPod nano on July 27, 2017). But in 2006, the Apple products were not burning bright. Even without the iPhone on the horizon, the iPod led to a phenomenal height of Apple's popularity and value.

IPod nano announced in September 2005 showed iPod mini like an incredibly small device. In the second generation model, Apple upgraded the case from plastic to scratch-resistant aluminum.

The original model was only black or white, but the sequel was able to choose from six different colors. This includes black, green, blue, silver, pink (limited edition iPod nano (product) red version will be supported later by U2 lead singer, Bono).

New iPod nano specification

In addition, the 2nd generation iPod nano has increased storage capacity to include the 8GB option in addition to the original 2GB model and 4GB model. In agreement with Apple's environmental goal (it was said that under Steve Jobs it is said to be less noticeable than the current CEO Tim Cook), Apple packaged 32% lighter, 52% lighter than the first generation It was argued that.

With the increase in storage options, the battery life has been extended from 14 hours to 24 hours, new UI search options, gapless playback as described above, and 40% brighter display than the previous generation appeared.

In some senses, 2006 was the iPod peak. The following year, Apple released the product line with the iPhone before the 3rd generation nano was released. The iPod continued to upgrade and variant, but lost its position as Apple's main focus.

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