The iPod and dedicated MP3 market is in decline (Apple's fiscal 2012 results reported a 21 percent decline year-over-year from the last winter quarter) — no thanks to the smartphones and tablets. How might Apple revive its once mighty money printer? By redesigning the iPod Nano.
It's a sign of true love when you never want to be without each other. Dave Hurban clearly feels the love for his iPod Nano — taking the unusual step of drilling holes in his arm to house magnets that will keep his Nano ever ready.
Disappointed by Apple's lack of a real update to the iPod Nano last fall? New leaked photos indicate that Apple might still be working on an iPod Nano with a camera — clip and all.
This hasn't been a good week for Apple. First there were questions about whether the latest iOS update really fixed the iPhone 4S' battery life problems, and now it looks like they're going to be giving away a whole bunch of shiny new iPod Nanos.
The rumors were wrong about the seventh-gen iPod Nano getting a camera. A new patent reveals that Apple is trying to figure out how to shove a speaker into the minuscule music player.
During today's iPhone event, Apple took some time to update two of its iPods: the Nano and the Touch.
Guess what time it is? Apple time! That's right, before new Apple CEO Tim Cook even took to the stage, Apple's Japanese website slipped out a blurb about an iPhone 4S that's set to drop on October 14 and a new iPod Nano.
The sixth-gen iPod Nano brought a completely new chassis for the iPod Nano and a gang of watch bands to turn it into an iWatch. Another purported shot of the seventh-gen iPod Nano is making the rounds and it looks like it'll definitely pack that cam we heard about and possibly lose its handy clip.
Opening a bottle of beer with your belly button might be considered a special talent to you, but to everyone who needs to witness your beer gut, it's just gross. Brush up on your manners for the New Year with this iPod Nano wristband that doubles as a bottle opener.
How do you know that an iPod Nano worn as a watch is cool? Because the prettiest thing in touch technology just met up with the raddest thing to happen to wrists: the slap bracelet.