Apple iPod Nano 1st Generation 2005 SpecsiPod nano - MA004LL/A - A1137
About This iPod
The Apple iPod nano is also the smallest MP3 player of its generation during its introduction into the market. A click wheel is provided for easy navigation that Apple is known for. It has a colored display and can be considered an upgraded variant of the iPod Mini. It comes in 1 GB, 2 GB, and 4 GB variants. The iPod nano is also able to sync with Mac computers and have photos loaded on it. Some other software features included in the iPod are – Screen Lock, stopwatch and a world clock.
Storage & Memory
The iPod nano comes with an unknown amount of onboard RAM but comes with 1 GB, 2 GB and 4 GB options that can take 240 songs, 500 songs and 1000 songs respectively and could take 15,000 or 25,000 photos respectively.
Screen Size and Resolution
The iPod nano has a 1.5 inch 16-bit LCD color display. The display is a significant upgrade from previous devices and allowed users to view images loaded onto the device quite easily.
The iPod nano has dual 80 MHz PP5021C processors powering its functions.
The iPod nano has an estimated 14 hours of juice from its Lithium-Ion battery. This estimate mainly constitutes music listening activities with decreased battery life experience while viewing photos.
The iPod nano comes with USB sync and charge support and FireWire charge support.
Dual 80 MHz PP5021C
1 – 4 GB
Introduction Date: September 7, 2005
Discontinued Date: September 12, 2006
1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB
240, 500, 1000
Sync & Charge
15,000 or 25,000
White & Black
Apple Order Number
14 hours (Music)
Stand by Time
Apple Model Number
A1137 (EMC 2066)
Operating System and Display
1.5 inch 16-bit LCD
Mac OS X 10.3.4