Evolution of the iPod Nano: Where does this music player?
Undoubtedly, the iPod nano is the most player Apple has Design changes since its inception in 2005. So many changes have been, it’s hard to know what the company wants to target with this set. Has been lengthened and narrowed, stretched and widened in redesign through.
In fact between the sixth and the new generation, had the smallest iPod Nano which has the largest screen yet. All this begs the question: where to go this Music player? Let’s count.
The iPod nano appeared as successor to the iPod Mini, and its compact size allowed it to be successful among those making sport, as it was more convenient to carry than the iPod Classic, much bigger. The first and second generation were not much different: What made the second proposal was to add colors (pink, blue, green, silver and black), while the rest of the features remained virtually unchanged.
However, the role of “sports companion” was usurped by the iPod Shuffle, ultra small and useful for jogging, plus much more economical. Here began some experiments with the iPod nano, which changed shape to accommodate larger screens that allow you to watch videos, and music. The fourth generation regained its original form, which also kept the fifth.
After a little more style to your iPod in the 5th generation, but maintaining its original form, we are in 2010 with the new ultra small version without the classic wheel that had accompanied the iPod nano far. The seized touchscreen device, and its small size suggested that it could be re-used to run. Many watch grabbing adapted as a belt. After this bet, perhaps the most disruptive to previous models, many did not know what to expect yesterday’s launch. What are we?
The seventh generation is like the previous drawing Follows touchscreen eliminates the wheel, and incorporates many more colors. Which position does the iPod now? Is it a smaller iPod Touch, or convenient to go jogging as the previous version? At first glance, we have a clear answer for what it is. What do you think?
Link: Apple unveils new iPod with the launch of the iPhone 5 (Engadget)Tags: Apple, Design, iPod, iPod Nano, MP3, Music