FAQ: 4th Generation iPod nano Kiks52 Please Register or Log in to view imagesPlease Register or Log in to view images When was the fourth-generation iPod nano announced? The fourth generation iPod nano was announced during the "Let's Rock" event held on September 9th, 2008. The event took place in San Francisco, California. Steve Jobs previewed the new iPod nano at the event. Where can I purchase a 4th-generation iPod nano? The 4th-generation iPod nano is available for purchase through the Apple Online Store as well as your local Apple Retail Store. Alternatively, stores such as Best Buy/Future Shop carry the 4th-gen iPod nano. There is a 30-day refund policy when purchasing online, although a 10% restocking fee will be charged upon refund during this time period (which is $15.00 for the 8GB model and $20 for the 16GB model). Requirements Operating System: Mac OS X 10.4.11+ Windows Vista Windows XP SP3 iTunes 8 USB 2.0 port New Features Curved aluminum and glass design Slimmer 9 vibrant colors Accelerometer Videos in portrait view Photos in portrait view Cover flow Shake the iPod nano to shuffle to another song Accelerometer based games such as Maze Nike + iPod support* Genius playlists Earphones with Remote and Microphone Enviromentally friendly Available Models 8GB (Flash Memory) 16GB (Flash Memory) Pricing 8GB: $149 US or $169 CAD 16GB: $199 US or $219 CAD What's in the Box Please Register or Log in to view images iPod nano iPod earphones (standard set) Sync cable Dock adapter Quick Start guide Polishing cloth 2 Apple Stickers Colors Silver Black ("gunmetal") Purple Green Blue Green Yellow Orange (Product) Red Pink Other Information The iPod nano includes standard iPod earphones in box; not the microphone/remote capable earphones. Thinnest iPod ever. Uses Phillip brand screws in assembly, standard. 3.2mm wide dock connector. 3.5mm headphone jack. LCD Screen; covered by 0.7-1.7mm thick glass. 240x320 resolution. Toshiba flash memory chip Samsung ARM processor Battery is soldered to the logic board. *Not a brand new feature.