A compelling, but flawed, first attempt by Apple
With fewer features than the iPod touch, the nano is a sleek, 5mm thick joy to use.
The perfect 4-inch fun factory for those who can't afford an iPhone 5.
Will Apple's acceptance that the iPod shuffle needs physical controls redeem its entry-level device?
With a faster CPU, Retina display and FaceTime, what's not to like?
The latest iPod nano lives up to its name better than ever.
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The addition of a video camera makes this Apple's best nano yet.
Is there really nothing to like about Apple's latest iPod shuffle?