The new iPod nano comes with completely revamped hardware design, taller than its predecessor and the thinnest iPod nano to date at 5.4 mm. It offers a number of exciting features, including a 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display (240 x 432 pixel resolution at 202 ppi) with swipeable rows of icons, twice as big as the screen on the previous generation iPod nano, and a home button like the iPod touch. The 7th-gen iPod nano also features a built-in FM tuner with DVR functionality, a pedometer plus Nike+ support, and Bluetooth technology for wireless audio streaming. Apple iPod nano offers about 30 hours of music playback.
The iPod nano will be available in seven amazing colors, including pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, (PRODUCT) red, silver and slate, set at $149 for a 16GB model.
Apple announces iPhone 5 with 4-inch Retina display, A6 chip, 4G LTE, iOS 6, Lightning connector and more― the iPhone 5.
Apple iPhone 5's sleek design is quite the same as the previous generations but made entirely of glass and aluminum. It's 18% thinner than the iPhone 4S, 7.6 mm/0.30 inch thick to be exact and 58.6 mm/2.31 inches wide; though the same width as 4S, it's 7% taller at 123.8 mm/4.87 inches and 20% lighter, weighs just 112 grams.
It has a 4-inch Multi-Touch screen with a resolution of 1,136 x 640 at 326ppi, still a fingerprint-resistant Retina display but with a better color saturation and full sRGB rendering, which means the display is more sharper and produces less glare. The iPhone 5 has a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9 allowing another row of apps on the display screen. Apple optimized first-party apps including the Calender, iWork, iMovie, Garage Band and Siri to name a few.
The iPhone 5 comes with an A6 processor (22% smaller, more energy efficient chip), which will make the device run faster, 2x faster CPU and 2x faster graphics, compare to the previous iPhones.