Apple fans probably already know that the current iPod Nano isn’t compatible with the watch bands for the previous generation. However, that didn’t stop David Hurban from surgically embedding magnets underneath his skin to create his very own iPod Nano watch. Continue reading for more pictures.
At 5.4mm thin, the completely redesigned iPod Nano is the thinnest music player Apple has ever made. It boasts a 2.5-inch multi-touch display, Bluetooth connectivity, FM radio tuner, and all-new EarPods. Continue reading for a hands-on video, more pictures, and additional information.
You could either spend $20 – $50 buying an iPod Nano watch band, or get real magnets implanted under your skin like Dave Hurban. In some ways, it’s definitely more convenient than having straps, but as you’ll see after the break, there are some bloody consequences. Continue reading to watch.
According to sources, the device you see above is a prototype of Apple’s next-generation iPod Nano. It features a 1.3-megapixel camera while “retaining its clip-on design.” This was made possible thanks to “a metal housing for a camera assembly protruding from the back of the main case and sitting flush with a hole in the device’s clip.” Continue reading for more pictures.
The design would allow Apple to squeeze a camera into the current diminutive form factor of the iPod nano by moving much of the lens and sensor hardware outside of the main casing but still within the overall device envelope by utilizing a small portion of the gap between the device and the clip.
Apple’s updated iPod Nano now features “new clock faces include a range of designs, including one mimicking an analog Mickey Mouse watch to classic digital and Roman numeral designs.” Expect to shell out $129 8GB / $149 16GB. Click here to see more iPod Nano watch bands. Continue reading for the news report.
Nike+ compatibility for tracking walks and runs no longer requires a dongle that was part of an accessory kit sold separately. The updated nano is now capable of tracking distance traveled, pace, time and more out of the box.
Whether it be the iWatch or LunaTik, there are plenty of Apple iPod Nano watch accessories on the market right now, but are they really worth the money? These reviews should answer that question. Continue reading to see them all.
A Japanese modder who goes by Goteking didn’t like the idea of an iPod Nano watch, so he crammed the device into a SEGA Dreamcast VMU instead. To build one yourself, “you crack open the VMU, insert the iPod Nano, patch up a few bits of wiring (for the headphone jack) and you’re good to go.” Videos after the break. Click here for more pictures.
Sure, the new iPod Nano may not come with an iWatch wristband from the factory, but is it worth the money? PC Mag says: “Apple’s first misstep in the iPod nano line-up, the sixth-generation model trades its predecessor’s click wheel for touch-screen controls.” Video review after the break. Click here for more pictures.
But an ultracompact form factor means the display is much smaller. Plus you lose video capture and playback capability, but it retains the same price.
No longer just a concept, CountyComm’s iPod Nano wristband is now available. You can pick up one of these 22mm thick bands in a variety of colors for just $17, and it slides securely through the device’s pocket clip. Product page. Click here for more pictures.
The company also has a lighter case that will hold the nano if you want the thing on your belt.