Everything coming from Apple is a multi-tasker, including the iPod. But, out of all of the devices in Apple’s lineup, the iPod Nano and Shuffle are the closest thing it has to a uni-tasker.
Sure, the Nano can broadcast radio, track fitness, play videos and even make a decent compass, but it’s main job is play music. The iPhone does this too, along with just about everything else, so why is the company still holding on to such a seemingly simple device? Because some people still want to keep their music and their phones separate.
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