Date: Thursday, October 6th, 2011, 10:18
Category: iPod, News
It’s the new components that make the next generation of a device interesting.
Once again, the cool cats at iFixit have pulled apart a new Apple gadget, the company releasing a teardown of the new 7th generation iPod nano.
The new nano, which looks exactly like its predecessor, sports a 1.54-inch multi-touch display, a 240 x 240 pixel resolution, built-in accelerometer and stock Nike+ package.
The device also features no screws, so if you want to take yours apart, you’ll have to use a heat gun to open up the casing.
The new iPod nano is available now with prices starting at US$129.
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