Will be going strate to an iPod nano 7th Generation for music!

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Hey guys, So, I have finally decided to go strate to an iPod Nano 7th Generation for all of my music. It is the latest iPod, and it comes with bluetooth, allowing you to hook the iPod up to a bluetooth speaker or hedphones. I actually have both a bluetooth earphones called Shado wireless, Sony bluetooth hedphones, and the Auvio PBT-500 speaker with great stereo quality. Now, you may be asking yourselfs, "what will you be using your iPhone for now?" well, I will now be using my iPhone for social networking apps, such as Zello, Tweetings for Twitter, Sing! Karaoke by Smule, Etc. I will also be saving room for any additional apps that I'm interested in, and that is totally accessible with VoiceOver. I will be going this Saturday at bestbuy to purchase the iPod. I will update you guys as soon as I purchased the iPod.



Submitted by Brian Giles on Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Sounds like a good solution for you, but I would never go back to a regular iPod since I subscribed to Apple Music. It's awesome to have all my music in the cloud and never have to connect my phone to iTunes to sink music.

Submitted by jcdjmac (not verified) on Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Hi all, I've never tryed apple music, but I'm looking forward to the iPod. I have 233 songs, and that's quite enough music to store onto my iPod. also, it comes with a built-in fm radio tuner with Live rewind. this is amazing, because I could rewind to the last thing that was said by the dj. They've also added the home button to take you back to the home screen. I played with the iPod Nano at bestbuy, but at first wasn't interested because it does the same thing. but after thinking it over, I've decided it was finally time to go for it! I had an ipod shuffel previously, but the USB cable broked, so now I will be purchasing the iPod nano to replace it. I also have a lightning cable that I will use for my iPod Nano. good to have a spare cable.