Apple iPod Nano 6G 8GB / 16GB MC525/MC526
Completely redesigned with MultiTouch LCD and integrated clip.
Compact and versatile.
Metallic body and ClipOn design.
Very Good Sound Quality.
Sleek touchcreen interface.
Compact form factor.
New Touchscreen UI is quick and slick.
Photo browsing and pedometer.
For a music only player.
Gone are many of last year's key features.
Small touch screen can be a challenge to manipulate with big fingers.
Very expensive for a compact player.
No video support.
No built-in speaker and mic.
Lack of physical controls for music playback.
Small size means it’s easy to lose.
No more camera.
No video playback.
Missing camera, video playback, notes, games, etc.
Touch controls limit ‘blind’ operation.
By laptops.co.uk on July 05, 2012
A small, nifty, light and reasonably priced iPod Nano and is a great addition to the Apple range. Another benefit is with the release of the new iPod Nano older generations will drop in price and even though they won’t feature the latest...90
By Whathifi.com on December 02, 2011
You need only take a glance back at the history of iPod Nano, first released as a replacement for the iPod Mini, to see that this is a product that has struggled more than most to find its niche in the market. In its time, it has come in a variety of...100
By Macworld UK on November 21, 2011
Like the iPhone 4S, the updated iPod nano is a subtle enhancement of a much-loved predecessor, rather than a revolutionary tear-down. In fact, only the software has been modified, and by plugging in and updating, owners of the 2010/2011 nano will be...100
By Ars Technica on October 26, 2011
Apple's iPod line didn't get much in the way of updates this year for the first time in roughly a decade. During Apple's fall media event earlier this month, the company announced that just two of its current lineup of four iPods would see...-
By Good Gear Guide on October 24, 2011
Apple has made a (very) minor upgrade to the iPod nano with the addition of some new watch faces in the Clock app, and extra features for the Nike+ fitness app. A cynic would say the new model doesn't offer any advantages for existing iPod owners,...80
By PC Mag on October 07, 2011
The latest iteration of the Apple iPod nano does little to improve on the previous generation player, but a price drop makes it a better deal....60
By Computeractive on March 01, 2011
Small and well designed, but the price is too high...60
By PC Authority on December 20, 2010
A touch of luxury in a highly desirable package, but not without its problems. See whether Apple's latest iPod Nano is worth purchasing...83
By TechSmart.co.za on December 15, 2010
Apple’s sixth generation iPod nano gets back to its musical roots by ditching the video camera of its predecessor and assuming a much more pocket-friendly form. Design As the name states the new nano is really compact, measuring in at a mere 37.5 x...-
By Big Picture Big Sound on December 02, 2010
When weighing this year's additions to the nano against what has been subtracted, I am a little surprised that Apple has decided to maintain the same price points at both the 8GB and 16GB capacities. Some of the conspicuous absentees, notably any...75