In the past decade iPods have come a long way in terms of design, and the latest model Apple revealed today certainly continues the trend.
In terms of looks – it’ll resemble something like the lovechild of a Nokia Lumia and an older iPod Nano.
It’s got a bigger, 2.5 inch diagonal multitouch display — the biggest display ever on the Nano — and a physical home button much like the iPhone. It will come in seven different colors, and will feature an integrated FM tuner, so you can listen to the radio wherever you go.
Other built-in features include Bluetooth connectivity, and a pedometer for those who like using their Nano for fitness.
Altogether, its the thinnest, lightest, and fastest iPod yet.