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How would you change Apple's iPod nano (2010)?

Darren Murph
November 19, 2010
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Without question, Apple's latest iPod nano is its most interesting one yet. And considering that it's the first nano with a color, multitouch LCD slapped onto it, it's also one of the most multifaceted. The engineers in Cupertino certainly cut away from the nano's past in order to create this new shuffle-like form factor, and it's expectantly drawn quite a bit of heat from both side. Now, let's say you were allowed inside the Apple lairs, and told that you could revamp the nano in any method you pleased. Aside from figuring out if it would blend or not, how would you go about tweaking the new nano? Enlarge the device (and thus, the screen) just a bit? Throw a second display on the rear for kicks and giggles? Throw in a pair of Bluetooth headphones? Talk to us in comments below.

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