32+gb iPod nano?

Discussion in 'iPod' started by bkar89, Nov 2, 2013.

  1. bkar89 macrumors regular

    bkar89

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    #1
    My 160gb iPod Classic died this summer. The harddrive had it. The weak spot of the proper iPod...

    I'm sick of swapping iPod because the harddrive dies.

    Why isnt there a 32gb (or 64gb) iPod nano? The iTouch is too bulky for workouts (if not i would just use my iPhone istead)

    Do you think the next nano will feature 32gb? I mean come on! 16gb, thats just pathetic...
     
  2. CtotheP macrumors regular

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    I've been hoping for the same thing. 32 or 64 would be a sweet spot to bring "most" of your music library with you!
     
  3. oneMadRssn macrumors 68040

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    When my current 16GB 4th-gen iPod nano dies, if that ever happens as this thing seems indestructable, I plan on getting a 2nd-gen iPod mini and doing the 64GB or 128GB CompactFlash card mod. It looks like a very strait-forward and easy mod, and it gets you an awesome iPod with tons of space.
     
  4. iPodJedi macrumors 6502a

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    I wish there was...

    As Apple costumers are buying more and more media from Apple's iTunes, the iPods need to continue to increase in storage space. It isn't very expensive for Apple to insert 32GB (or more) storage into iPods now that flash memory isn't a new technology and is even less expensive to produce.

    I believe the next iPod nano WILL have 32GB memory at hopefully the same price ($149) or have multiple storage sizes (16GB and 32GB) because it is a major drawback of the iPod nano since Apple costumers are increasingly consuming more iTunes media.

    Thank you, I hope my opinion was valid...
     
  5. gquiring macrumors regular

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    Does the iPod mini have to be the 2nd gen or will the 1st work as well with a CF upgrade?
     
  6. iPodJedi macrumors 6502a

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    It will work with both. Thay are identical in design and hardware
     
  7. 0dev macrumors 68040

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    Apple doesn't want you to buy an iPod nano, they want you to buy an iPod touch and buy into the iOS ecosystem, so the nano is crippled on purpose.

    My current outdated nano is 8GB and that's basically full so I'm still getting a new nano anyway since 16GB for only music and nothing else should be more than enough for me personally for the next few years.
     

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