Currently i'm using Apple's ipod nano 6th generation. I want to replace my ipod. My only need is the best sound quality. I always use mp3 at 320 kbps with Klipsch Image X10i in-earphones. I just want to use a ipod with best sound quality. So, could you please help me here?
I realize that the Archos 14 Vision is of this form-factor. But I would very much prefer an Android-based OS. I don't need video. In fact I would prefer it not. Just want a solid, but tiny, Wifi device with a good OS. I might even consider an iPod Nano if it had iOS and wifi access.
The "jump 30 seconds back" button is nice, but I want to go in the other direction. The drag and drop position marker is not very accurate. With older generation iPod nanos, it was easy to jump like 2 minutes into a podcast by using the click wheel. Has anyone come up with a good way to move forward accurately?
It's hard to drag and drop accurately with a 2 hour long podcast.
Apple "launched" a "new" seventh generation iPod with some neat fitness-y stuff. My question, which they failed to address, is this:
Will the sixth generation nano get some of the new functionality, mainly the sixteen new clock faces?
I'd like to see a unit which would be a better watch--bluetooth linked to your iPhone so it can display incoming call information, even let you answer with a touch, a thinner profile as a watch (maybe the clip can be removed?), and some kind of solution to the whole problem of having to touch the screen to see the time (maybe use the accelerometer to trigger the display on somehow?).
I'm curious to know what the 30 pin Apple iPod/iPhone/iPad connector (or any other proprietary connector for that matter) has over a traditional USB or other standard adapter.
What do you think is the preferred way to write the plural of iPod touches? I usually finding myself writing "iPod touches," but I prefer the way "iPods touch" sound.
Will be used with an iPhone 4, iPod Nano 6th Gen, potentially hooked up to my Apple TV 2 for Airplay. Have been looking at the Audioengine 5 speakers as my #1 option right now. Advice? Experiences?
Its annoying to have to plug in the # steps into a conversion calculator online after each run to determine how many miles you actually traveled.