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[* black] Just how much bigger is it than the [guide|3563|previous Nano]? Oodles.
[* black] The 6th GenGeneration Nano came in at 1.48 x 1.68 x 0.35 inches, and weighed 0.74 ounces.
[* black] The new 7th GenGeneration is just over twice as tall, while a little thinner and more narrow at 3.01 x 1.56 x 0.21 inches.
[* black] At 1.1 ounces, the new 7th Gennewest Nano is only gained an extra third of an ounce heavierounce.
[* black] The 6th GenGeneration Nano came in at 1.48 x 1.68 x 0.35 inches, and weighed 0.74 ounces.
[* black] The new 7th GenGeneration is just over twice as tall, while a little thinner and more narrow at 3.01 x 1.56 x 0.21 inches.
[* black] At 1.1 ounces, the new 7th Gennewest Nano is only gained an extra third of an ounce heavierounce.
[* black] Reverting to the tall design utilized in [[Topic:iPod Nano|previous generations]] makes the iPod easier to grip, and thereby easier to use. The designers threw the 6th Generation's clip out the window, so the new Nano is that much thinner.
[* black] Switching to the Lightning connector might have saved a little space in the [guide|10525|iPhone 5|stepid=38309], but its impact on the iPod Nano is pretty profound.