On top of both the iPod Touch and iPhone 5 redesigns, perhaps the biggest overhaul comes in the form of the new iPod Nano. Apple has decide to ditch the previous square—sometimes used as a watch—model. The new Nano has now been made larger, about the size of a credit card (and is only 5.4mm thick), more closely resembling the iPod Nano 4/5th generation, there is now a 2.5-inch touch screen that features a new touch interface, not iOS. Like the iPhone and iPod Touch, the new Nano uses a home button to help navigate the new interface. While there is no wifi as rumored, Apple did add Bluetooth support, so now the Nano can be paired with a wireless headphones and music stereo boxes.
The Nano, like the iPod Touch, comes in several colors, seven to be exact, plain metal, red, black, green, blue, yellow and purple, and only comes with 16GB of storage. While the new iPod Nano won’t be available until October, you can pre-order one for $149 on September 14th, along with the iPhone, iPod Touch.