DOES THE iPod Nano have a camera?

SAN FRANCISCO—September 9, 2009—Apple® today introduced the new iPod nano®, adding a video camera, mic and speaker to the world’s most popular music player. Music lovers can now shoot video wherever they are, view it on their iPod nano and use their computers to easily transfer their videos to YouTube.

What can you do with an iPod Nano 5th generation?

Apple iPod Nano fifth generation review: Apple iPod Nano fifth generation. The good Packed to the gills with new audio-video features such as a video camera, FM radio, voice recording, Genius Mixes, a built-in speaker, and a larger 2.2-inch screen; also gets a pedometer.

Can iPod nano be repaired?

We can repair your iPod Nano at any of our locations. We routinely carry out a wide array of repairs, from cracked screens to battery replacements. Diagnosis of the issue is always free, and we can make many common repairs while you wait, so you can get back to using your iPod as soon as possible! …

How do I check my iPod nano battery health?

Turn the iPod nano on and look at the top right corner of the screen. There you will see the battery icon. If the battery bar is full and green, the iPod is fully charged. If it is halfway full and green, it has a 50 percent charge.

What does the 2 D test on an iPod look like?

A 2 D: This will test the iPod’s battery and power. Your results should look something like this: “3.7V 0X000000E2 CHG OK FW 1 BAT 1”. The results will be different depending on if your iPod is plugged into your computer, a wall outlet, or is just running off battery power.

What’s the result of the SDRAM test on an iPod?

The SDRAM Fulltest will take several minutes. A successful pass result is “SDRAM OK.” IRAM: Not sure exactly what this test does. It takes several moments to load before running a quick check and rebooting your iPod. FLASH: This test will do a checksum test of your iPod’s flash memory.

How does A.5 in 1 work on an iPod?

A. 5 IN 1: This runs the following five tests at once (J through N as listed below): LCM, SDRAM, RTC, FLASH/CHECKSUM, and FIREWIRE/FW ID. These tests check every from your backlight to your USB port. If you have a 3G iPod, at the end of the test, your buttons will now play a series of sound effects.

What’s the name of the screen on my iPod?

J. LCM: The LCM is your iPod’s screen. Keep pressing the “Select” button to toggle through several pattern tests. K. RTC: Tests the iPod’s built-in “Real Time Clock.” L. SDRAM: This is the RAM test. Hopefully, you will get a “PASS” result from his test.