Apple design secrets exposed! How Apple came up with the 6th gen iPod Nano and the iPod Shuffle [Photo]

Thu, Aug 4, 2011


So how did Apple get from the 4th/5th gen iPod Nano to the device’s current form factor? Well, it was actually a complex process with multiple objectives as you can see from the photo below. They just divided the old style Nano in two – with the top half becoming the 6th gen iPod Nano and the bottom half becoming the iPod Shuffle.


via Buzzfeed


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7 Comments For This Post

  1. Eric Says:

    And if you put all the Apple products together you get Voltron

  2. Dean Says:


  3. SSMK Says:

    Considering that the shuffle has been he same basic style for a while now, I’d say you’re a little off.

  4. SSMK Says:

    Considering that the Shuffle has been the same style for a few years now, I’d have to say that your theory is flawed.

  5. dan meek Says:

    Are you fucking kidding? This is facile tripe.

  6. SSMK Says:

    dan meek is a facile tripe

  7. rook_1e Says:

    I dont agree with this theory. Plus the size is different from the old nano.

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