The iPod Nano Multitouch
The new iPod Nano is a major development for Apple and it is the first time that the touch screen design has been extended to a more economy model of the iPod. The new iPod Nano marks a new standard for Apple’s iPod development, and a move away from the design of the iPod Classic. With the new iPod Nano’s design is a whole new range of features that are actually much different than that of the iPod Touch and the original iPod Nano. Here are a few tips for working with the new iPod Nano, how to play with the great new features, and ways to get the most out of it.
Positioning Your iPod Nano
The new iPod Nano multitouch is designed for, more than anything else, mobility. There are a number of features beyond its size, which is a primary asset, for this. One of these is the orientation feature that will bring the iPod Nano’s multitouch image right side up whenever possible, which means that you can be much more loose with its placement. All of this is designed to be good for the new iPod Nano on the go, so the best tip for this design is to keep it on the go and use the clip for each transfer. Since you will not need to orientate the actual device to interact with the controls properly you can instead focus in on the comfort of the iPod Nano’s position.