The product tweaks on the new Nano include an Apple processor and a new SanDisk flash drive to replace the old Toshiba one. In both cases the components don’t have notable spec improvements, but they’ll probably improve performance a smidge. Much of the other hardware like the 240-by-240 pixel multitouch display has stayed to same. Don’t expect any of this to matter more than the nice software update and the price drop. [Apple Insider via iFixit]
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