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I'd be keen to know what the battery life is like please.
I think there is still a market for stand-alone music players. I don't like using my phone for music as it ends up being connected to speakers and therefore not in my pocket - I then walk away and miss calls. There is also the issue of GSM interference spoiling the music.
I don't think this player justifies the cost over the sansa clip. My ideal player would be an oversize clip with a bigger battery. We should be able to get a weeks worth of music by now. No need for "video" screens either!
@sengstaken>> I'd be keen to know what the battery life is like please.
30 hrs. Should be good for a week at about 4 hours a day.
The Sansa Clip seems to be about 11 hrs.
All things been equal, I think the extra £60 for this doesn't seem too bad.
I find battery life playing music not the greatest. I have yet to see close to 10 hrs. But 7 or 8 is pretty good. I use Hesh 2 Skullcandy headphones which require a healthy volume setting. So earbuds might get you better results. I find the volume output is marginally if you like loud music. Is this a design or simply a lacking headphone amp? What I really hate is the new power connector.
does this have voice recorders?
I have a 2nd generation iPod Nano that I use primarily in my truck connected to a Pioneer AVIC-Z2 head unit with the iPod adapter (30-pin) but, wanted to increase storage capacity to load up more iTunes songs so, I bought the 7th generation iPod Nano. First off, the lightning connector required me to buy the 30-pin adapter which isn't cheap at $30 to interface with my Pioneer system. Unfortunately, with the adapter the 7th gen iPod will play but not charge like my 2nd gen. So, I thought wouldn't be a big deal because my older iPod Nano can run for about 2 weeks without a charge using it around 2 hours a day for my daily commute. The new iPod lasted about 5 hours until the battery exhausted. I charged it again to 100% thinking it may not have been fully charged the first outing. To my dismay, it ran out around 5 hours again. I only used it for playing MP3 and none of the other features like Bluetooth were enabled. I don't like the lightning-to-30 pin adapter due to its awkward connectivity and additional space it requires for use with a compact MP3 player.
I returned both the iPod Nano and adapter and plan to buy a used 2nd gen. iPod Nano with 8GB capacity that works with my Pioneer system and has longer battery life.
My opinion is Apple made a bad design choice to go with the lightning connector. Requires buying an expensive adapter to use with iPod 30-pin interfaces. 7th gen. iPod Nano battery life is terrible and for those that just want an MP3 player to play iTunes, the additional features of FM radio, Nike app., podcasts, Videos, & Bluetooth will only consume more battery.
I have it and it's extremely easy to use battery life up to 30 hours of music , 10 hours of video and you cannot install apps , but you can sync from itunes music , videos , podcasts , etc. But on the 2nd page where is clock and settings , you can sync ITunes U and Audiobook those two will appear on the second page or the 3rd page , or what page you select them to be . What is new for this ipod nano , as it says on the video , it has bluetooth wich allows you to connect to your car , your wireless headset and you can connect to the other devices from Apple. And exteremely rare for this ipod , if you keep charging your ipod , you will increase your ipod's battery life !!! I'm not joking because i have one of my own and i have done that and i increse my ipod's battery life , up to 38 hours of music and and 18 hours of videos !!!And now about photos you can now pinch to zoom and picture , wich the previous ipod nano , dosen't do that ! Only at videos you can sync movies only mp4 and you can double tap on the screan and voila ! The video's bigger it can support 1000 charges , and if you leave it 7 days at charging you can activate bluetooth , you can keep the screen on and the battery will not respond till the next charging , i mean it frozez . You know if you leave your ipod ( 7th gen) 30 seconds at charge the battery will increase "a quarter" of battery. I think is the best mp3 , mp4 , ipod from Apple looking at the increased battery life ! ( MY OPPINION )
yes , but not with the included earpods , only with earphones with microphone
I'm so disappointed in my Nano because it has no alarm. I need an alarm to wake me (yes, with ear buds.) Such a waste of money for me. :(
can you watch movies?
why does it have photos if there is no camera?
then sell it.
Does it have an internal speaker?
To get games and apps on it insert the I pod into the computer and click on my computer then go onto your name I pod than make a folder and have happy gaming! I managed to get Gta vice city and Gta 3 on my 7G ipod Nano.
Gone through two in less than a year. First one wouldn't charge after a few months. Apple replaced it. Second one now has no sound after two months. Nice that Apple replaces them but getting to be annoying.
How do you download the game after making the folder?
I am on my 4th 7th generation Nano and now heading back toget the Apples store as this one (willbe my 5th device in less than year) has also broke and shown same fault issueas the others that failed. Screen started flickering and jumping then end ups goingwhite and then fails and goes black. Typicallyi can normally see in ITunes but devicescreen just not working at all... If you leave hooked up via usb port it startsto go white around top edge of screen. Has anybody experience any issues likethis?
I typically use this for gym and running where this is whenit has failed
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