New Apple Products

New Apple Products

So what have Apple changed for the 2012 iPod line up?

New Apple Products

New Apple Products


The new iPod nano, is very small but not quite as tiny as its predecessor. It has an all new 2.5-inch touchscreen, it’s incredibly light, so you’ll hardly even notice you’re holding it and it’s easier to use than the ever so slightly fiddly square nano, due the addition of the home button. It comes in a range of colours and has the new upgraded Apple universal EarPod headphones. They have also reintroduced video back to the nano due to the larger screen and included Bluetooth technology, making it easy to connect to speakers or car systems. It has only the one option for memory size which is 16g and is retailing at £129. The iPod Nano is due to be released in October.

As for the touch, it gets an iPhone5esque stretched-out screen, plus features like Siri and a ‘loop’ wrist strap that matches the many colours it comes in. Once more the touch is slim and light, measuring just 6.1mm thick and weighing just 88g. You get the retina display, again the addition of the new EarPod headphones and iSight camera features such as a new panorama mode. The iPod touch is basically a more colourful iPhone 5 that can’t make calls or handle mobile data. It’s a good choice if you’re more into apps, playing games and watching video. It’ll set you back £249 for the 32GB model, or £329 for the 64GB option. Like the iPod nano, the new touch is out in October, and both models are available to pre-order now. The iPod shuffle and the iPod classic remain unchanged.

New Apple Products

New Apple Products

New Apple Products

New Apple Products