Apple’s latest iPod nano is the thinnest iPod ever, at just 5.4mm thick. It also boasts the largest screen to appear on a nano, a 2.5-inch multitouch display that’s great for photos and videos, as well as navigating your album art. It’s available in seven different colours, including the charitysupporting (PRODUCT)RED design. Bluetooth 4 has been added for wireless streaming to compatible headphones and sound docks. You even get a builtin FM radio, too.
The iPod shuffle is overdue an update, but it’s still a useful iPod. It’s cheap, convenient and small; the perfect gift for a child or someone doing sports who needs a robust music player. It's great fun too, and an ideal spare iPod.
But if you want to carry your entire music collection around with you, the 160GB iPod Classic is still the way to go. It hasn't been updated in a while, but rumours of its demise have proved untrue. Perhaps one day we'll get a brand new one, with a Lightning connector? We can but hope.