Is iPod nano 3rd Generation Good?
The Good. The third-generation iPod Nano offers crisp, bright video playback, an exceptionally thin all-metal body, above-average battery life, built-in games, and an advanced user interface.
When did the iPod nano 3rd generation come out?
September 5, 2007
|Model||Generation||Original release date|
|Nano||2nd||Anodized aluminum casing and 6 colors available.|
|3rd||September 5, 2007|
|2″ QVGA screen, colors refreshed with chrome back, new interface, video capability, smaller Click Wheel.|
|4th||September 9, 2008|
How much was an iPod nano in 2005?
|Released:||1st Generation September 7, 2005 2nd Generation September 12, 2006 3rd Generation September 5, 2007 4th Generation September 9, 2008 5th Generation September 13, 2009 6th Generation September 1, 2010 7th Generation October 12, 2012|
Why did Apple stop making iPod nano?
Apple launched the first iPod nano in September 2005, and over the course of the nano’s lifetime, it got several redesigns. Apple refreshed the seventh-generation iPod nano in 2015 to add new colors, but did not tweak the design, signaling the impending end of life for the device.
How much did an iPod nano cost in 2006?
Major iPod Introductions
|iPod nano||September 2005||$199, $249|
|Fifth-generation iPod||October 2005||$299, $399|
|Second-generation iPod shuffle||September 2006||$79|
|Second-generation iPod nano||September 2006||$149, $199, $249|