The iPod nano 7th generation (2012) is taller and 38 % slimmer than the iPod it replaced in September, 2012. The player has also lost its telltale nano line-up design and looks more like an iPod touch 1st gen. The only difference are the interface icons: they are round, not square with wraparound corners. The device also got an iPhone-like “home” button. The iPod nano 7th generation (2012) features a large 2.5 inches multi-touch screen (240 x 432, 202 ppi) and runs the iOS-like interface. An integrated pedometer and FM radio with “live pause” feature as well as Nike+iPod, VoiceOver, and “Shake to Shuffle” functions remained. The iPod nano 7th gen hasn’t got a microphone, a speaker, or a camera but its wireless communication embraces Bluetooth 4.0. Doesn’t come with original box or wires!