For non tech lovers: The new iPod Nano comes in more colors and is thinner than its predecessors. It has a bigger screen and a new connector dock. It also has some extra buttons.
For Tech lovers: The new iPod Nano features a 2 inch multi touch screen and is almost 40% thinner than the 6th generation.
A new volume docker is introduced on the side that allows the user to play, pause or change tracks to their liking. The built in FM tuner has a new live pause feature.
The new models will come in a variety of colors which will include: purple, green, blue, yellow, red, black and silver.
It has the same iPod Nano apps with Nike+ app integrated into it.
There is no browser or WiFi include in the iPod Nano but it does have a Bluetooth that allows you to play music via wireless headphones etc. It utilizes the new dock connector.
There were no changes made to the iPod shuffle except a new color range to match the ones of iPod Nano.
The new iPod Nano will be available in October with the new 16Gb costing $149. The 2GB iPod Shuffle will cost $49.