The iPod mini was replaced by a new tiny digital music device known as the iPod nano, which arrived on 7 September 2005.
Initial models offered 1GB, 2GB or 4GB of storage. Though the Nano didn't hold a massive amount of music, it appealed to those that wanted a reasonably priced music player that looked the part and did the job. The 2010-launched mini touchscreen iPod nanos with 8GB or 16GB options (pictured) still remain one of Apple's current big-sellers.
Bought an i-Pod classic, last year in the USA. Brilliant sound, Brilliant concept. Better than any Music machine than that I have ever had. Wouldnt be without it. Only got 9000 songs on it so far, but I am really trying to push it to its Max. Anybody done that yet.!!!?
^ I love my square nano! Beats a rectangle anyday! =)
My first iPod, was Nano 2nd generation and I had it for a few good years (I still have it), then I got the iPod touch 4th generation, it was amazing and finally I got the iPhone 4, and I totally love that phone! And that's coming from a person who had a Blackberry for nearly a year and half :-) THANKS APPLE!