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The iPod Nano is at its heart a dedicated media player, rather like a stripped down iPod Touch. With no wi-fi or cellular data, there’s no internet browsing or games apps available – sonsequently the 7th generation iPod Nano is only available in 16GB, costing £130.Why was the iPod Nano discontinued?
One of the fan favourites, the iPod Classic was discontinued by Apple in 2014. The iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle have been let go primarily due to their inability to connect to the internet.What features does an iPod Nano have?
Some of the key features are: 2.5" multi-touch LCD screen FM Radio Bluetooth 4.0 Only 5.4-mm thin Easy-to-use controls Lightning to USB cable 16 GB capacity Accelerometer censor Up to 30 hours music playing or up to 3.5 hours video playing battery lifeDoes iPod Nano support Bluetooth?
The iPod nano does not have bluetooth capabilities built in, however there are wireless headphones available for the iPod. Logitech offers a bluetooth adapter with wireless headphones for around $100.