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Unboxing: iPod touch v2, 4G iPod nano

updated 06:05 pm EDT, Thu September 11, 2008

Unboxing of new iPods

With the release of the new iPod touch 2nd generation and iPod nano 4th generation, Apple has chosen to refine the form factor for both devices. The unboxing pictures show the new shape of the nano; a case that curves around the front and back, wrapping around the device as an ellipse, and slightly thinner than previous models. The rectangular design is reminiscent of the second generation.

The new touch also sports a thinner profile and polished back, overall shorter than the first. The design is similar to the 3G iPhone, including new volume controls, however stainless steel has been used for the case back instead of plastic.

by MacNN Staff





  1. Mimi-mim

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Inside Steve's Brain

    The book I'm reading, "Inside Steve's Brain," says that Steve Jobs himself creates the packaging for Apple products, as he considers the "unpacking" as an integral part of the customer's experience.

    I must say that Apple has the best unboxing of any company I've ever seen.

  1. devospice

    Joined: Dec 1969



    I actually had a hard time opening up my Touch. I couldn't figure out how to get the box open.

    And what is that little plastic thing that looks like a stand? It's not a stand because it doesn't stand up or securely hold the Touch.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    the plastic...

    it is the adapter for the universal dock. wow.

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