These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
Background and Identification
The 6th generation iPod nano was released in September of 2010 with 8 and 16 GB storage capacities. It includes a multi-touch screen, an FM radio tuner, and features designed specifically for people with disabilities. Unlike some previous nano models, the 6th generation model does not include video playback capabilities.
The 6th generation iPod nano has a battery life of 24 hours, allowing users to listen to music all day long.
Although the original intention for the 6th generation iPod nano was for it to be tucked in a pocket or clipped onto something, some iPod accessory companies produced 6th generation iPod nano wristbands. This allowed the iPod to be worn like a watch.
The 6th generation iPod nano is identifiable by its square profile and clip on the back. It comes in six colors: blue, green, pink, orange, gray, and black. For additional help identifying your device, reference the iPod Identification Guide.
- Dimensions: 1.48 x 1.61 x 0.35 inches
- Weight: 0.74 ounces
- Display: 1.54 inches (measured diagonally)
- Display Resolution: 240 x 240 pixels
- Frequency Response: 20 to 20,000 Hz
- Storage Capacity: 8 or 16 GB
- Battery Life: 24 hours
- Charge Time: 3 hours
- Battery: lithium-ion, 105 mAh, 3.7 volts
- In the Box:
- iPod nano
- Apple Earphones
- Dock Connector to USB Cable
- Quick Start guide
- Important Product Information