You can tell right away that the 5th Generation iPod touch is different from its predecessors. Older iPod touch models only came in black and white, while the 5th generation touch sports a rainbow of colors, including red, blue, and yellow. It's also the hardware: the ports, buttons, and other features. There are many improvements under the hood, too.
Apple iPod nano (second generation) Lanyard Headphones
What Every Port and Button on 5th Gen. iPod touch Does
The 7th generation iPod nano doesn't look much like the 6th generation model that came before it. For one thing, it's larger and has a bigger screen to go along with its size. For another, there's now a Home button on the face, something that had previously only shown up on iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad. So, just by looking at it, you know that there are major hardware changes here. The diagram and these explanations detail what each button and port on the 7th generation nano does. There is also a pair of interesting hardware features that are internal to the nano and so can't be seen:.
iPod touch (7th generation) review
The new iPod touch is fantastic for gaming and listening to music alike, with the new A10 Fusion chip making AR experience better than ever. It's also relatively inexpensive, and could be a ideal entertainment device. Apple took us all by surprise when it announced the iPod touch 7, the first upgrade to its portable music and video player since But is the new iPod still a worthy music player like its predecessor? We spent a bit of time getting to grips with the touch to find out.