Date: Friday, October 12th, 2012, 08:02
Category: iPod Nano, News, Software
You’ve had your spiffy new seventh-generation iPod nano for a day or two.
Now let’s update that sucker.
Per iLounge, Apple released version 1.0.1 of the new iPod nano’s software.
The new software only mentions “Support for iPod nano (7th generation)” in its release notes, offering little information as to what issues, if any, are addressed with version 1.0.1. Speculation points to tweaks to make the device compatible with the most current version of iTunes, however the specific problems regarding the device’s interoperability with Apple’s media management software is unknown.
Users will be able to update their new iPod nanos upon delivery by simply plugging the unit into their computer, which should automatically recognize the device and bring up the “Download and Update” new iPod software prompt.
Apple announced the seventh-generation media player in September alongside the iPhone 5, fifth-generation iPod touch and newly-designed EarPods headphones. The most recent nano ditches the last-generation’s small square form factor for a more iPod touch-esque layout, complete with 2.5-inch mutli-touch display, integrated Bluetooth connectivity and the reversible Lightning connector.
If you’ve tried the iPod nano with its updated firmware and have any feedback to offer, please let us know in the comments.