Date: Thursday, July 16th, 2015, 08:54
Category: iPod, iPod Nano, iPod shuffle, News, retail
Despite a three year hiatus between the last update, Apple gave the iPod a major overhaul on Tuesday.
Among these are the revamped iPod nano and shuffle models, which, like the new iPod touch, come in gold, dark blue, and pink colors.
Apart from the new colors, Apple hasn’t upgraded the hardware of the iPod nano since the 2012 rendition. The device arrives with the same 16 gigabytes of storage, but still supports video, FM radio and is available for a US$149 price tag.
The iPod shuffle still offers 2 gigabytes of storage and offers the same features as the previous versions. The unit is still designed for the price/fitness market, boasting no screen, but attaching to a shirt or belt clip and capable of taking a ton of abuse given its design.
The iPod shuffle is available for US$49, the same price as it was before.
Still, new colors are new colors and if you see the new units in passing, let us know what you think in the comments.