With Apple making new technology in music, phones, and computing itâ€™s a shame how the Ipod nano was really developed. The one I purchased was at Christmas 2007 but a year later I realize how bad it was. With 8 GB it was nothing special but a good price for an average music listener, I listened to it working out or the passengerâ€™s seat though its battery life was terrible. Now in June 2009 its battery died after listening it for 10 hours on my road trip to Texas, I really canâ€™t say that is bad but I knew it lasted a week a more when it was newly purchased.
Despite its poor battery life it delivered with its sound clarity none the less and its classic white ear buds is the piece de resistance to the ipod, even without the ear buds that came with your ipod perfect music was delivered. Now my main concern with the ipod nano was the fact they manufactured a video one as well, the screen is a bit larger but still the small light will strain anyoneâ€™s eyes and how its 8 gigabytes were drained after a couple of television show were put on it.
This little review may not change anyoneâ€™s minds about apple but believe the competition is growing and eventually the Zune or another music device will outperform it.