Located below the screen you can find a small home button on the Apple iPod Nano, which is new to this type of players. All previous iPods had wheels or had not had this button. There is a power button in the thin top and at the upper left of the volume controller as those found in many Blackberry mobile phones. With this you can control the volume and if you press it in the middle you can play or pause music, or even get into the Morse code commands that seem to skip or play songs randomly.
This driver is located on the side of the device, and the mark in the middle serves as the only thing that identifies it as the left side. Still, it is easy to find, but because of the size of this thing we thought you might want to use the volume control that comes in the headphone cable. Unfortunately the earphones included with Apple iPod Nano have the driver.
Apple iPod Nano is suggested for gift during this Christmas period, that will surely make your partners or friends happy.
At the bottom are the three ways of connecting the apparatus, two ports and a miniature plastic window through which the device achieves the antenna for Bluetooth 4.0. On the left is the headphone jack 3.5 and the right, the Lightning connector. Since the iPhone 5 Lightning connector is a major update in terms of size and usage. It is much easier to connect and, of course, much smaller. But that comes at the expense of a free compatibility with other adapters.