Apple today refreshed its iPod nano and iPod shuffle lineup with three new colors. Unlike the sixth-generation iPod touch, the updates to iPod nano and shuffle are purely cosmetic.
These portable music players will now be available in six new colors: (product) red, silver, gold, space gray, pink and blue.
This is the first time since 2012 that Apple has updated the iPod nano and shuffle. However, the refresh only introduces the players in new colors and does not bring in any other new features or additions.
Apart from the new colors, Apple has not made any other changes to the iPod nano and shuffle. It will continue to offer them with the same amount of storage space and at the same price point. This means that the 2GB iPod shuffle will set you back by $49, while the iPod nano with 16GB storage will cost you $149.