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Seventh-generation iPod nano gets a minor software update

Apple has released a new software update for the seventh-generation iPod nano, which includes the refreshed versions released last month. The update can be downloaded and installed by connecting your iPod nano to iTunes.

The update bumps the software version on the iPod nano to version 1.0.4. Aside from that, it's unclear exactly what this update contains. We'll keep you posted if we learn anything else.

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

6 Comments
  • Wi-fi calling maybe?
  • Right. That being said, I remember back in 2006 holding my 2nd gen iPod Nano and wishing Apple made a phone like that.. Little did I know that what was to come was going to be way more awesome.
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  • Making downloaded Apple Music tracks playable on the device?
  • Could it be that they're making the downloaded Apple Music tracks transferrable from ITunes and playable on these iPods? If this is real... it'll be awesome. At least what they should do is you can register up to X amount of Apple devices (well anyhow, there's only 2 iPods not Apple Music capable) where you can xfer your downloaded Apple Music tracks from your Itunes library to the registered iPod nano's.
  • Only one question, does this update shut the bitch up??????