If you’re the proud owner of a 7th generation iPod Nano, you may be wondering how to get the most out of your device. Here are some tips and tricks to help you do just that.
The first tip is a simple one that you may already know. No matter how deep you are in a menu, swiping left to right will take you back one step. This is equivalent to a back button, and it’s a quick way to navigate your Nano.
If you’re looking to sync movies to your Nano, you may run into trouble if you have your collection in 1080p or 720p. The trick is to make sure you have the standard definition version downloaded as well. You can sync that, and voila, you’ll be watching movies on your Nano in no time.
The accelerometer in the Nano is a neat feature that many people don’t even notice. It can change the reflection on the little circle on the scrubber bar. If you rotate your Nano ever so slightly, you should be able to see the reflection change. This is a great example of the attention to detail that goes into Apple’s products.
One downside to the new Nano is that Apple does not include ear pods with a microphone. However, if you plug in a microphone-equipped pair of earpods or headphones, you can take voice memos. This is a neat trick, but it can be a pain to find headphones with a microphone that will work with your Nano.
These tips and tricks were actually tipped off to Jonathan by his buddy Mike, aka the Detroit Borg. If you haven’t checked out Mike’s tech content, Jonathan highly recommends it. His video will be linked in the description below, along with Jonathan’s full review of the Nano.
In conclusion, the 7th generation iPod Nano has a lot of cool features that you may not even know about. By using these tips and tricks, you can get the most out of your device and enjoy all that it has to offer.