Does iPod 4 still work?
Please note that all iPod touch 4th Generation and iPod touch 5th Generation models have been discontinued. However, this Q&A has been updated with current iOS support details for both lines and it can be quite helpful for anyone buying or selling one of these models on the used market.
What’s the difference between iPod nano 4th and 5th generation?
The displays are different as well — the iPod nano 4th Gen has a portrait-oriented 2-inch (diagonal) color LCD display with a blue-white LED backlight (240×320, 204 ppi), whereas the 5th Gen has a larger, higher-quality 2.2″ TFT display (240×376, 204 ppi).
Does iPod Nano 4 have Bluetooth?
Apple described it as their “thinnest iPod ever.” It is 38% thinner (5.4 mm) than the Nano it replaces (8.78 mm), and adds the ability to use Bluetooth 4.0 wireless headsets, speakers and other devices (such as heart-rate monitors).
Can you download apps to iPod nano?
You cannot put apps on the iPod nano. Because of it’s light weight and little clip, the nano was the choice in the fitness community, but they’re quickly becoming obsolete because without GPS, wi-fi or Bluetooth, there isn’t much you can do with it other than listen to music.
Where is the serial number on an iPod Nano?
For iPod nano (6th generation), the serial number is on the inside clip edge touching the back of the device. For earlier models, the serial number is XXXXX on the back case toward the bottom.
What is the iPod Nano 7th generation?
With the 7th generation model, the iPod nano is back to being a tall and thin device. In this way, it’s reminiscent of a smaller, sleeker 5th generation nano. However, the 7th generation iPod nano is smaller and thinner than the 5th generation model. It’s also lighter.
What is the Apple iPod?
The iPod is a portable music player developed by Apple Computer. Though it is an Apple product, the iPod can be used with both Macs and PCs. The iTunes software, also created by Apple, is used to organize and transfer songs and playlists to the iPod.
What is an apple nano?
The iPod Nano (stylized and marketed as iPod nano) is a portable media player designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The first generation model was introduced on September 7, 2005, as a replacement for the iPod Mini, using flash memory for storage.