Apple said in its press event in San Francisco its seventh generation iPod nano, which the company calls "the best nano we've created." The news came after the company announced its new iPhone 5.
While the iPhone 5 is the star of the event was long rumored that Apple would be renewing their iPods too. The new iPod nano features a multi-touch screen of 2.5 inches and is 38% thinner than previous models. The volume controls take up about half the cost of the gadget. It will also come with Bluetooth, an FM tuner that allows users to pause the radio, and integrated monitoring exercises.
The new iPod nano comes with a new connector Lightning, which is 80% smaller than its connector used so far. The price is $ S149.
The company said it has sold more than 350 million iPods: "We add millions and millions each quarter," Apple said.
The new iPod nano comes in seven colors, including blue, yellow, green and red.