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The iPod Nano Gets Wireless Streaming

By October 13, 2012

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The newest (7th generation) version of iPod Nano released by Apple this month features several improvements over its predecessors, but the most interesting one is wireless streaming support. Apple didn't add Wi-Fi support to the Nano. Instead, these new Nanos have integrated Bluetooth support.

Before, if you wanted to listen to songs being played on the iPod Nano, you could only hear them by physically connecting them to an output device, typically headphones or a docking station. Much like an iPhone, Nanos now can be paired with a Bluetooth output device (a headset or other hands-free system), without wires, allowing songs to be played (streamed) live over the wireless link. Using Bluetooth instead of Wi-Fi gives the Nano significantly longer battery life while playing.

See also - iPhone and Bluetooth Pairing (ipod.about.com)
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