History: iPod Nano 6th Generation 2011 Teardown

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Introduction [summary]We tore down the 7th Generation iPod Nano on 10/5/11.[/summary] [http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2011/10/apple-lets-talk-iphone-5-cupertino.jpg|October 4th, 2011. Let's talk iPhone.] Yesterday's press release brought us some fun new information about the upcoming iPhone 4S (check back on October 14th for the teardown) as well as the next generation of iPod Nano. As we wait in anticipation for this year's phone call-making piece of fruit, we take a bite into the newest addition to the iPod Nano line. '''Fun fact''': this newly released Nano is NOT any cooler than the last Nano. Actually, it's pretty much exactly the same. See why below. Follow [link|http://www.twitter.com/ifixit|iFixit] on twitter for the latest updates. [summary]We tore down the 7th Generation iPod Nano on 10/5/11.[/summary] [http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2011/10/apple-lets-talk-iphone-5-cupertino.jpg|October 4th, 2011. Let's talk iPhone.] Yesterday's press release brought us some fun new information about the upcoming iPhone 4S (check back on October 14th for the teardown) as well as the next generation of iPod Nano. As we wait in anticipation for this year's phone call-making piece of fruit, we take a bite into the newest addition to the iPod Nano line. '''Fun fact''': this newly released Nano is NOT any cooler than the last Nano. Actually, it's pretty much exactly the same. See why below. Follow [link|http://www.twitter.com/ifixit|iFixit] on twitter for the latest updates.