iPod nano comes in 5 stunning colors and is designed to provide hours of entertainment with maximum portability. Its 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display lets you see more of the music, photos, and videos you love.¹ And it has built-in FM radio as well as support for Fitness Walk + Run and Nike+.
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Hard to Re-Load Playlist
Posted by: MeddlingMom from: on
My husband accidentally ran over his tiny IPod and went to Best Buy to get another one. He decided to get the next larger size and thus bought the Nano. However, it has been a nightmare to re-load the playlists. We have spent hundreds of dollars on these songs and did not realize how hard they are to re-load to a new device. You are apparently given the ability to load them to 5 devices, and we had only loaded them to one. Silly us, we do not own any IPod smartphones and do not know how to SYNC these to the new device. We have called Apple several times, spending hours on the phone and at the computer trying to authorize them to load onto the new Nano. What a disaster and nightmare. If we did not already have the investment in the playlist, I would have brought it back and said to heck with it. Apple is so freaking worried about their proprietary rights that they bust the gut of the consumer. Not for us..
40 out of 48 found this review helpful.
Wouldn't recommend if you want to dock.
Posted by: StuartL from: on
I upgraded from my original Ipod to gain more storage, period. I currently dock to a Bose radio to listen to music when I am at my cottage. The new Ipod doesn't allow you to dock anymore. You can attach with a composite cable. Why did Apple take this feature away. So, it's Bluetooth. What harm would it have caused to leave the Ipods dockable? Very disappointed. Just have to keep buying more cables, radios, whatever to adapt this thing. Very, very disappointed.
38 out of 45 found this review helpful.
Not worth the price.
Posted by: stewartfam from: on
This may be a good product for simply listening with headphones, but totally useless if you plan on using it with your car audio system. Bluetooth pairs, but will not play correctly. Plug via USB and system will not read nano. After reading through forums I discovered that apparently apple doesn't want their products to work with car audio systems and who knows what else. So, if you want a player to work with your car audio system, do not buy anything made by apple. Sad because older ipods work no problem.
33 out of 39 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Rick from: on
ITunes would not recognize it. Online search said this was a common problem. Lots of try this or try that, nothing worked. Returned it. iTunes wouldn't recognize an iPod. And they're ok with that.
17 out of 19 found this review helpful.
Don't know if I can trust it....
Posted by: KJoy from: on
Let me preface my comments by saying this is a sleek, light MP3 Player. I was bedazzled by its coolness & technology when I received it given it is my first Apple purchase.
To be honest I had been avoiding Apple products for years. Aside from the expense, I was jaded about getting anything which may require iTunes to import music because of issues I had with it erasing music & playlists on my previous Windows Vista PC.
I tried to drag & drop music straight from my PC to my iPod, & while it showed up in my iPod folders, it ultimately did not transfer to my Nano. Searching online I implemented a few tricks, including downloading iTunes & trying both Manual & Auto sync modes. Unfortunately, after a few days of spending hours transferring & it looking like it worked, near all my music library & playlists from both iTunes & my iPod were suddenly erased.
I don't know if it's the Nano's fault per se, so that's why I still gave it 3 stars. It really is a nice electronic & I want it to work, but frankly I can't be sure that if I spend more time trying to fix the problem it won't happen again & again.
Hopefully this gives people a heads up, or at the very least I'm open to suggestions before I decide to return my iPod Nano.
36 out of 47 found this review helpful.
Perfect for the gym
Posted by: Zoe14 from: on
So much easier to carry than the phone when working out.
11 out of 12 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Juniper from: on
Highly recommend for working out. The only thing missing is the Apple Music which was recently released.
12 out of 14 found this review helpful.
Does not work with Windows 10
Posted by: Lmbud1956 from: on
I have 2 computers Had to have Windows 10 removed and older version installed to be able to sync. Am buying another for spouse.
18 out of 24 found this review helpful.
Great sound but....
Posted by: Denice from: on
Love the Bluetooth connectivity and sound with one caveat. If you attach to your pants and cover with a tee shirt the Bluetooth connectivity is affected.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Easy upgrade from 10 year old iPod
Posted by: TechnoDino from: on
I received an iPod nano as a gift 10 years ago, and it has worked great. but at only 2GB, it no longer fit my needs. The new 16GB iPod was easy to load with ALL of my iTunes, just requiring an iTunes update to support the new iPod. It works great, and is very easy to use.