iPod Touch vs. iPod Nano: Apple's 2012 iPods compared

Photos of iPod Touch and iPod Nano
The newly redesigned iPod Touch and iPod Nano take an unexpected twist.
(Credit: CNET) Like clockwork, Apple never fails to refresh its iPod lineup every fall. In recent years, though, one can't help but notice that the ritualized iPod unveiling has lost some of its gusto compared with the fanfare surrounding the iPhone and iPad.
Still, Apple remains the top manufacturer of portable media players. Those of us old enough to remember the "iPod wars" that occurred nearly a decade ago can attest to the fact that Apple's tenacity in making the world's most popular MP3 player laid the groundwork for the success of the iPhone (pour one out for the Zune, friends). Apple may have moved on to bigger, better products, but maintaining its dominance in the diminishing world of MP3 players is just good housekeeping.
And so, the 2012 Apple iPod lineup offers a mix of new and old. The most notable additions are the fifth-gen iPod Touch with its larger screen, and the iPhone-ified version of the iPod Nano. Both devices (for better or worse) make use of Apple's new Lightning connection in place of the 30-pin dock connection that's been around for years.
Wondering which of the 2012 iPods is right for you? Here's the quick breakdown.

(Credit: CNET)
Apple iPod Touch (fifth generation)
Apple's newest iPod Touch follows the iPhone's lead with a wider 4-inch screen and a Lightning port that replaces the 30-pin connection on the bottom. The camera has been...Read the rest of this post------>>

Apple's iPod Nano has taken many forms over the years, but this year's design is a whole new twist on the Nano concept. The iPod Nano is priced at $149 for 16GB and uses a 2.5-inch touch screen and a home button borrowed from the iPod Touch design. Unlike the iPod Touch, it does not run the same iOS software shared by the iPhone and cannot be used with third-party apps downloaded from the iTunes App Store. Features include....Read the rest of this post ----->
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