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The 7th-generation iPod nano is a portable media player that was announced by Apple in a special event on September 12, 2012. It became available on the same day and was the final iPod nano model to be shipped by Apple.[1][2]

Design[]

The new design featured a hybrid shape between the 2nd generation iPod nano and 5th generation iPod touch with a 2.5-inch screen that supported multi-touch gestures. Though the operating system superficially resembled iOS 6, it was still based on a customized version of Pixo, like earlier models. The app icons are based on iOS designs, except that they used circular shapes. New apps could not be downloaded from the Apple App Store. It also featured the newer Lightning connector and EarPods without the microphone and controls. 16 GB was the only storage capacity option, but it was initially available in 7 colors (pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, silver, and slate).[3]

History[]

The 7th generation nano was updated on July 15, 2015 with revised color options (blue, pink, silver, gold, space grey, and (PRODUCT)RED), in line with the colors of the 6th-generation iPod touch released at the same time, but all other specs remained the same.[3] On July 27, 2017, the iPod nano and shuffle lines were sadly discontinued.[2]

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